Given the current strategic challenges in Northeast Asia – North Korea, East China Sea and other disputes with China, and the implementation of the U.S. pivot to Asia – it is more important than ever that the triangle of U.S.-Japan-South Korea relations remain strong. Yet Tokyo-Seoul relations are strained due to a difficult legacy of historical problems. What does this mean for the overall conduct of relations and improving trilateral security cooperation? Please join us for an expert discussion on Japan-Korea relations, and what it means from a U.S. perspective.
More About the Speakers
The Honorable Takeo Kawamura
Member, Japanese House of Representatives
With Commentary by
Senior Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center, The Heritage Foundation
Director, Asian Studies Center