A discussion on the summit outcomes and what they might mean for U.S.-Korea relations in the final year of President Moon’s term in office.
Please join us for a discussion of how the incoming Biden administration might address international trade and how the U.S.-Korea trade relationship might change with the new administration.
The U.S.-ROK relationship has evolved from a strategic alliance designed to deter aggression from North Korea into a “comprehensive strategic alliance,” expanding well beyond the security realm. But this broader vision of the alliance is still in development. With the Obama-Park summit postponed due to the outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in Korea, the allies now have more time to solidify an agenda that not only reaffirms their strong bilateral relationship, but sets goals for cooperation on hot-button regional and global issues. Join us for a distinguished U.S.-ROK panel discussion on the key issues for the summit agenda and how the allies should address current regional challenges, while further modernizing the alliance to tackle the emerging global threats of the twenty-first century.
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June 30, 2015
With her Dresden Address and remarks on the potential benefits of unification on the Korean peninsula, President Park Geun-hye has transformed the discussion on Korean unification. If her vision of a prosperous Korean unification that benefits the people of North and South Korea is to be achieved, what steps should be taken by South Korea and the United States in the short and medium term to help achieve a peaceful unification? What are the potential challenges the United States and South Korea could face and how would unification impact the U.S.-Korea alliance?
Please join KEI and Hanmi Club for an important discussion on the prospects for unification on the Korean peninsula and the role of the U.S.-Korea alliance.