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Korea Economic Institute of America Presents:

Northeast Asia and the New Congress

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Event Date

January 8th 12:00pm - 12:00am EST

Event Description

The recent midterm elections brought a significant shift with Democrats regaining control of the House of Representatives. While the Trump administration has been able to pursue its policies largely unimpeded for the last two years, it will now have to deal with opposition control of the House. How might Democratic control of the House impact key policy issues in Northeast Asia, such as the Trump administration’s efforts to reach an agreement with North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapon and missile programs or its trade policy towards China? How might the Trump administration work with a divided Congress?

The recent midterm elections brought a significant shift with Democrats regaining control of the House of Representatives. While the Trump administration has been able to pursue its policies largely unimpeded for the last two years, it will now have to deal with opposition control of the House. How might Democratic control of the House impact key policy issues in Northeast Asia, such as the Trump administration’s efforts to reach an agreement with North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapon and missile programs or its trade policy towards China? How might the Trump administration work with a divided Congress?