Promoting Dialogue and Understanding Between Korea and the United States
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December 1st 9:00am - 10:15am ET
The past year has posed both evolving and enduring problems for the United States, the Korean Peninsula, and the transpacific relationship. An increasingly turbulent geopolitical landscape has combined with market aftershocks from the war in Ukraine and the receding pandemic to present unprecedented challenges to both the security and economic landscape of the Korean Peninsula. Have these disruptions shifted U.S. public opinion on the alliance or the value of trade with Korea? Have the international successes of South Korean pop culture in the past year translated to increasingly favorable views from the American public?
Please join KEI for a discussion of these and other issues for U.S.-Korea relations as KEI releases the results from its third annual survey on American attitudes towards the Korean Peninsula.
This virtual event will be livestreamed via YouTube.
Views on the Economic Relationship (9:00 AM – 9:25 AM)
A Conversation with Yeo Han-Koo
Non-resident Distinguished Fellow, Asia Society Policy Institute
Former Minister of Trade, ROK
Views on South Korean Cultural Content & Soft Power (9:25 AM – 9:50 AM)
A Conversation with Jenna Gibson
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Political Science
University of Chicago
Views on the Alliance& North Korea (9:50 AM – 10:15 AM)
A Conversation with Andrew Yeo
SK-Korea Foundation Chair in Korean Studies
Brooking Institution Center for East Asia Policy Studies
Moderated by Troy Stangarone, Senior Director and Fellow, KEI
Andy Hong, Program Officer, KEI