Promoting Dialogue and Understanding Between Korea and the United States
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December 3rd 12:00pm - 12:00am EST
Korea, the United States, and Central Asia make up a disparate triangle, separated by thousands of miles. Yet, all three corners of the triangle have significant and growing economic and geopolitical relevance for one another. All three share concerns over energy, China, and the future of the post-Soviet space. While there are, of course, important differences of national orientation and approach among them, an examination of these three important issues provides us with important reference points for thinking about the future prospects of the strategic U.S.-Korea-Central Asian triangle itself. Please join KEI as it welcomes Dr. Calder and Ms. Kim to kick-off a roundtable discussion on this topic following a brief presentation of their paper.