The Trump administration has dramatically changed the strategic dynamics in and around the Korean Peninsula through actions such as the historic summits with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un and intensifying strategic competition with China. The results of the U.S. presidential election on November 3rd will determine the next phase of U.S.-Korea relations in many ways. Please join us for an online discussion by American and South Korean journalists on the domestic reactions to the results of the election and prospects for inter-Korean and U.S.-Korea relations.
Anthony Kuhn (Seoul Correspondent, National Public Radio)
Heejoon Kim (Newsroom Director of the Department of Inter-Korean Unification, Foreign Affairs & National Security, YTN)
Insun Kang (Deputy Managing Editor, The Chosun Ilbo)
Seung Min Kim (White House Correspondent, The Washington Post)
Yonho Kim (Associate Director, GW Institute for Korean Studies)
This event is on the record and open to the public.
The event will be recorded and made available on GWIKS’ YouTube channel.
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