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KEI and University of Washington Center for Korea Studies Present

[Seattle, WA] From Security Threats to Emerging Tech: U.S-Japan-South Korean Trilateral Relations

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Event Date

March 27th, 2024 5:00pm - 8:00pm ET

Event Location

4069 Spokane Ln, Seattle, WA 98195

Panel 1: Trilateral Security Cooperation toward North Korea & Beyond

Yasuyo Sakata

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Alex Soohoon Lee

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Jeffrey Hornung

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Clint Work

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Panel 2: Trilateral Cooperation on Economic Security, Technology & Development Finance

Jessica C. Liao

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Troy Stangarone

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Clara Gillispie

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Marie Anchordoguy

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Event Description

At the historic Trilateral Leaders’ Summit at Camp David in August of 2023, US President Joe Biden, South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol, and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida released a set of joint statements committing to reenergize existing trilateral mechanisms and establish new and more robust forms of trilateral cooperation across a range of areas in the Indo-Pacific region and beyond. Yet, despite the celebratory commentary following the Camp David summit, much remained to be done as policymakers in Seoul, Tokyo, and Washington had to turn commitments – and sometimes aspiration – into concrete cooperation and outcomes.

Join the Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI) in partnership with the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies’ Center for Korea Studies (CKS) on Wednesday, March 27, from 5-8pm PT for a two-part panel series which will examine trilateral cooperation in several key areas. Bringing together experts from all three countries, the two panels will explore, respectively, trilateral security cooperation in regard to North Korea and the broader Indo-Pacific region as well as trilateral cooperation on economic security, emerging technologies, and development finance. Each panel will take a closer look at the key commitments made at the Camp David Summit, critically examine what has been achieved thus far, explore areas where more concrete cooperation can occur, and highlight important challenges that stand in the way of future progress.

This event is open to the public and will be livestreamed via Zoom.
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If you would like to attend in person, RSVP through UW CKS’s website here.