Prospects for Deepening the U.S.-ROK Alliance
Event: February 4, 2009, Seoul
As the opening event for The Asia Foundation’s Center for U.S.-Korea Policy, this conference will bring together U.S. and Korean experts to discuss possibilities for strengthening U.S.-ROK alliance cooperation in a range of issues. Including both American and South Korean perspectives as well as comparative views with respect to other U.S. alliances, the discussion will comprehensively assess the future of the U.S.-ROK alliance in light of the new Obama Administration and agenda forged by the “U.S.-ROK strategic alliance” in April 2008. The program is co-sponsored with The Asia Foundation’s Korea office and Friends of The Asia Foundation/Korea.
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