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Please note: Years listed represent the fiscal year in which the project took place. Projects from a completed fiscal year (Oct. 1 - Sept. 30) are added the following fiscal year.

Displaying 21 Projects

Projects : Center for U.S.-Korea Policy

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CENTER FOR U.S.-KOREA POLICY PROJECT AGENDA

 

 

The U.S.-ROK Alliance and East Asia
The Center's activities will seek to provide a supporting context for strengthening the U.S.-ROK alliance amid potential changes in the regional security environment stemming from China's rise.

  • U.S.-ROK Workshop on China
  • U.S.-ROK-Japan Dialogue
  • Regional Views of China

 

Global Korea
The Center will examine new opportunities for alliance cooperation on off-peninsula security issues in line with South Korea's enhanced capabilities, expanded scope of interests, and efforts to raise its international profile.

  • Maritime Security
  • Post-Conflict Stabilization
  • Disaster Relief
  • International Peacekeeping


Functional Issues

The Center will consider specific functional areas of cooperation in the context of an expanded alliance.

  • Nuclear Energy and Nonproliferation
  • International Development Assistance
  • Climate Change and Green Growth


U.S.-ROK Coordination on North Korea

The Center will analyze aspects of DPRK policy as part of its analysis of U.S.-ROK coordination on North Korea.

  • North Korea and Marginal States
  • Engaging Adversarial States
  • Chinese Policy toward the Korean Peninsula

 

South Koreak Domestic Politics and the U.S.-ROK Alliance
The Center will continue its study of ROK constituencies that shape domestic attitudes toward the alliance.

2011

Climate Change and Green Growth

Half-day seminar highlighting opportunities for U.S.-ROK private sector collaboration on green growth, featuring the chairman of South Korea's Green Growth Commission, and co-sponsored with the Korea Economic Institute. Sponsoring quarterly reports which reviewed the latest developments in South Korea's pursuit of its green growth strategy, including international collaborative efforts to promote green growth.

2011

International Development Assistance Workshop and Policy Report

Bilateral development cooperation workshop hosted in Seoul, providing an opportunity for a small group of American and South Korean specialists and government officials to discuss in-depth prospects for bilateral development cooperation.

2011

North Korea in Transition/Engaging Adversarial States


Co-sponsorship of a workshop with leading North Korea experts, the revised draft papers are to be published as a book entitled North Korea in Transition.

2010

China and the Korean Peninsula

Workshop on China's Rise and Implications for the U.S.-ROK Alliance, co-hosted with South Korea's Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security and Jeju Peace Institute.

2010

Domestic Stakeholders and the U.S.-ROK Alliance

Joint project with the Seoul-based East Asia Institute on the influence of domestic stakeholders on the U.S.-South Korea alliance, focusing on legislative bodies, media, private sectors, and civil societies.

2010

Green Growth and Climate Change

Quarterly assessments of U.S.-South Korea cooperation on climate change and green growth including new opportunities for private sector collaboration.

2010

Korean Development and Overseas Development Assistance

Public conference on the topic of "Recasting the Korean Model of Development: Issues, Debates, and Lessons," held in collaboration with the Korean Economic Association and Korean Political Science Association.

2010

OpCon Transfer and Implications for the U.S.-ROK Alliance

Public symposium co-hosted with The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation on the implications of wartime operational control transfer for the U.S.-South Korea alliance.

2010

Regional Security and the Korean Peninsula

Public forum on the topic of "Post-Cheonan Regional Security," co-hosted with the Asan Institute for Policy Studies in Seoul.

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