Trade Disagreement Between Japan and South Korea

Yiquan Wang


Trade disputes between Japan and South Korea have become increasingly serious. Some people blame the US president for this dispute, while others associate this with the need for the two countries to maintain the upper hand in Asia. Some of the problems are caused by trade restrictions and mutual embargoes between the two countries, all of which are aimed at achieving hegemony. Realism insists that the state develops on a self-sufficient basis, and the fundamental reason for its availability is to strengthen its own strength to help them get assistance in advance. The study will seek to assess whether Japan is willing to strengthen and congest power by undermining the Korean budget. Liberal internationalism assumes that the current global order may create peace, and global cooperation is an effective way to improve national interests. This view will assess whether Japan and South Korea will resolve their problems in a sincere manner and whether the United States will take a more active stance when making a resolution.

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