As its name suggests, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is a security alliance focused on defending its member states in Europe and North America. So why is South Korea interested in talking with this alliance to the point of participating in meetings with NATO foreign ministers? And why is NATO forward-leaning on condemnations of North Korea’s provocative rhetoric and actions towards South Korea?
Please join NATO’s Director of Security Policy and Partnerships James H. Mackey and KEI Vice President Mark Tokola for a conversation on how this partnership began and how it is evolving in response to challenges old and new.
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