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Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies 2017

Publication: August 2017

Full Book | Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies 2017

Preface At the Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI), we take pride in fostering connections to advance United States-Republic of Korea ties. Through bringing together people with an interest in topics of importance to this relationship, KEI strives to further mutual understanding between our two countries. With leadership transitions in…

Intro | Establishing Triangular Talks Among Washington, Beijing, and Seoul

Of five alternative approaches to addressing the North Korean threat to stability in East Asia and beyond, this section is concerned with the possibility of just one—a diplomatic approach via Three-Way Talks among China, South Korea, and the United States. We single out this approach as the golden mean for…

Wang Dong, Sun Bingyan

A View from China on Triangular Relations

What will it take to jump start trilateral talks among Beijing, Seoul, and Washington over the situation on the Korean Peninsula, including the denuclearization of North Korea? If this subject has been on the minds of South Koreans in 2016-17 with some approaching their counterparts in Beijing and Washington, DC…

Kim Heung-kyu

A View from South Korea on Sino-ROK Relations

Although we are only into the first months of the Trump administration, many Koreans recognize that the U.S.-led, market-oriented, liberal international order has been severely shaken. In the background, the rapid rise of China and rather successful economic reforms under Xi Jinping have dramatically reduced its vulnerability and sensitivity to…

Joel Wuthnow

A View from the United States on Sino-U.S. Relations

During the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, the candidates reached a bipartisan consensus on one issue: how to deal with North Korea. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both called for China to do more to convince Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear program once and for all. Candidate Trump said that China…

A View from the United States on ROK-U.S. Relations

For the proverbial visitor from Mars, the political situation in Northeast Asia is inexplicable. Sitting amidst a group of relatively stable, wealthy, and powerful countries, is a small, poor, belligerent nation that all agree is a threat to regional stability. Furthermore, the rogue state has been sanctioned and its behavior…