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This event is co-hosted with the East Asia Institute (EAI) in Korea.
Event Time: November 18, 4:00 - 6:00 PM (PST) / November 19, 9:00 - 11:00 PM (Japan and Korea)
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The ROK-U.S. and U.S.-Japan joint statements have increased expectations for a possible expansion of security and economic cooperation among South Korea, the U.S. and Japan. However, heightened U.S.-China strategic competition, as well as persistent challenges in the region such as historical tensions and the North Korea threat, have complicated the strategic calculus of U.S., South Korea and Japan. Under these circumstances, the South Korea, the U.S. and Japan must define their economic and security interests and seek ways to maintain friendly relations among the three countries. This seminar will discuss security and economic cooperation among Korea, the United States and Japan in the era of strategic competition between the U.S. and China.
Panel 1 on security:
Park Joon Woo, former Chairman of the Sejong Institute; former South Korean Ambassador to E.U. and to Singapore
Tomiko Ichikawa, Director General of the Japan Institute of International Affairs
Gen. Vincent Brooks, former USFK Commander
Moderated by Young Sun Ha, Chairman of East Asia Institute; Professor Emeritus, Seoul National University
Panel 2 on economic cooperation:
Young Ja Bae, Professor of Political Science and Diplomacy, Konkuk University, Korea
Andrew Grotto, Director of the Program on Geopolitics, Technology and Governance, FSI, Stanford University
Kimura Fukunari, Professor of Economics, Keio University, Japan
Moderated by Thomas Fingar, Shorenstein APARC Fellow, Stanford University