Pacific Partners Part 1: Security Cooperation | September 8, 2016
Michael Green, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Bruce Klingner, The Heritage Foundation
Andrew Oros, Washington College
Moderated By: Frank Jannuzi, Mansfield Foundation
As the United States looks to engage the Asia-Pacific under the Obama administration and future administrations, South Korea and Japan remain two key partners for the United States in Asia. With relations improving between South Korea and Japan after a rocky period, there is increasing potential for trilateral cooperation.
KEI co-hosted two panels with the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation discussing the trilateral relationship. This video features the first panel, which discussed the topic "Prospective Areas for Security Cooperation."