President Donald Trump and His Impact on Korea

More than 100 million Americans cast their ballots on November 8, and we have a new president-elect. The Trump victory came as a surprise to most, with polls and pundits alike predicting a Clinton sweep. In Seoul and across Asia, people are watching the Trump team closely, looking for signs of what's to come for American foreign policy.

 

In this episode of Korean Kontext, we sit down with KEI President Donald Manzullo. President Manzullo is no stranger to elections, having been elected to the U.S. House of Representatives for 20 years. He shares his insights on the election and the sentiments of the American people that drove Trump to victory. And he digs into what this new administration could mean for the US-Korea relationship and American policy toward North Korea.

 

 

Geo Tag 1: 
ASIA
NORTH AMERICA
Geo Tag 2: 
Korea, North
Korea, South
United States of America
Thematic Category: 
Politics
Domestic
Foreign Relations