Pacific Partners: Prospects for Cooperation Between the United States, Korea, and Japan

 
Date & Time: 
Thu, 09/08/2016 - 12:00pm - 3:48pm
Pacific Partners:  Prospects for Cooperation Between the United States, Korea, and Japan
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Pacific Partners:

Prospects for Cooperation Between the

United States, Korea, and Japan

 

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.

Please join KEI and the Mansfield Foundation for a discussion of the prospects for future cooperation between United States, South Korea, and Japan on security and economic issues.
 

Panel 1: Prospective Areas for Security Cooperation

featuring:


Michael Green
Center for Strategic and International Studies


Bruce Klingner
The Heritage Foundation


and


 Andrew Oros
Washington College


Moderated by:


Frank Jannuzi
Mansfield Foundation

 

Panel 2: Prospective Areas for Economic Cooperation

featuring:


Shihoko Goto
Wilson Center


Jay Sapsford
U.S. Chamber of Commerce


and


 Troy Stangarone
Korea Economic Institute of America


Moderated by:


Kyle Ferrier
Korea Economic Institute of America

 



Thursday, September 8, 2016
12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.


KEI Conference Facility 
1800 K St NW | Suite 1010