Promoting Dialogue and Understanding Between Korea and the United States
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July 29th 10:00am - 10:30am EST
Livestreamed via KEI's YouTube Channel
Dr. Jacques deLisle is director of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China, co-director of the Center for Asian Law at the University of Pennsylvania, and director of the Asia Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. His writings...Read More
Dr. Danielle Cohen is a lecturer in politics and history at Lake Forest College. Her research interests include the politics of East Asia, demographic policy, and Chinese foreign policy. She is a frequent contributor to The Asan Forum, where she...Read More
Troy Stangarone is Senior Director and Fellow at the Korea Economic Institute (KEI). He oversees KEI’s trade and economic related initiatives, as well as the Institute’s relations with Capitol Hill and the Washington, DC trade community. As part of his...Read More
Dr. Gilbert Rozman is the Emeritus Musgrave Professor of Sociology at Princeton University. He specializes in national identity issues in China, Japan, Russia, and South Korea, particularly in the context of bilateral trust and evolving relations in Northeast Asia. He...Read More
To mark the publication of KEI’s 32nd volume of the Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies, please join us for a discussion on the three distinct approaches to understanding how the COVID-19 pandemic affected the rivalry between the United States and China.
Dr. Gil Rozman, Editor-in-Chief of the Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies series, will be joined by authors from this year’s volume. Dr. Jacques deLisle will address whether the pandemic has been a geopolitical gamechanger; Dr. Danielle Cohen will examine if the public health crisis deepened the national identity clash between the United States and China; and KEI’s Troy Stangarone will explore COVID-19’s role in shifting supply chains.
We hope this timely discussion and the accompanying publication will bolster ongoing conversations on the evolving geopolitical environment in the Indo-Pacific.
The event will be livestreamed via Zoom and on KEI’s YouTube channel. RSVP to receive the links to both.
Please send any questions for the panels to Yong Kwon at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, July 28, 2021.