KEI in Nippon.com
January 22, 2014
KEI was featured in the January 21, 2014 symposium report titled "Public Diplomacy: Why It Matters and How It Works" in which Professor Kent Calder noted:
One is the idea of “track two” agenda-setting forums. The Korea Economic Institute in Washington is doing a particularly effective job in that regard. It has some indirect support from the Korean government, as well as support from nongovernmental interests. It’s at 1800 K Street, in the office that used to be held by Henry Kissinger’s associates. There are lectures, there are networking sessions, there are podcasts. It’s quite advanced technologically and has proven to be relatively effective in promoting Korean interests.