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Please join us for two panel discussions on South Korea’s geopolitical outlook and its evolving security engagements with ASEAN nations.

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Region: Asia

May 5, 2021

Please join us for two panel discussions on South Korea’s geopolitical outlook and its evolving security engagements with ASEAN nations.

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Region: Asia

May 4, 2021
Kathleen Stephens, Ashley Tellis, Yong Kwon, Scott Swift, Kim Ki-jung, Liselotte Odgaard

Join us for a conversation with distinguished speakers from United States Department of State, Embassy of the Republic of Korea to the United States, and the Korean Economic Institute

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January 28, 2021
Troy Stangarone, Marc Knapper, Bob Rolfe, YoungJae Kim

The Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI) co-hosted an event with the Chicago Council on Global Affairs in Chicago, Illinois entitled Asian Perspectives on US Foreign Policy. At a luncheon discussion at the office of the Chicago Council, Dr. Park Jin and Dr. Kuik Cheng-Chwee presented on how Korea and countries in Southeast Asia are evaluating the U.S. rebalance to Asia and are anticipating U.S. foreign policy toward Asia during the last two years of the Obama administration. Dr. Terence Roehrig explained what the U.S. is trying to do in Asia and how Asia policy might look with continuing problems in the Middle East and with Russia in Europe garnering so much attention.

Much of the discussion in the question and answer session centered on recent developments with countries stating their willingness to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank initiated by China. Moreover, questions and concerns were raised over the possibility of the Trans-Pacific Partnership completing the negotiations and getting passed by the U.S. Congress. There are big opportunities for the United States in Asia, but the countries in Asia are assessing and utilizing many of their options to allow them to not solely rely on China or the United States.

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