Triangle with a Gap? Korea-Southeast Asia-US Relations
March 6, 2012
March 6, 2012 – Korea Economic Institute and the East West Center in Washington, D.C. collaborated for a program entitled, "Triangle with a Gap? Korea-Southeast Asia-US Relations." The program focused on the idea of Korea emerging as a strategic and development partner of Southeast Asia. As well as the fact that the US has been actively engaging Southeast Asia with its “Pivot” to Asia. The Korea Compass program explored Korea and U.S. policy towards Southeast Asia and the intersection between US-ROK relations, US-Southeast Asia relations, and ROK-Southeast Asia relations.
The speakers on the panel were:
Dr. Ellen Frost, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Dr. Satu Limaye, East West Center in Washington
Dr. Balbina Hwang, Georgetown University
Sarah Yun, Director of Public Affairs and Regional Issues (Moderator)