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New Hope for U.S.-South Korea Ties

May 23, 2008

By Michael H. Armacost

In the April 17th edition of the Christian Science Monitor, Michael Armacost, The Asia Foundation’s Board of Trustees’ Chairman and Stanford’s Shorenstein APARC Distinguished Fellow ” also formerly the President of the Brookings Institution and U.S. Ambassador to both Korea and Japan — discusses U.S.-South Korea ties and points out challenges ahead. “From free trade to North Korea’s nuclear threat,” writes Armacost, “both sides must move past years of missteps.”

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