U.S. Policy in Northeast Asia
Recorded on October 25, 2006
Location: The Heritage Foundation's Allison Auditorium
The Heritage Foundation is honored to present the B.C. Lee
Lectures on international affairs. These lectures focus on U.S.
relations with the Asia-Pacific region. They are funded by an
endowment grant from the Samsung Group in honor of the late B.C.
Lee, founder of the prominent Korean corporation.
The Asian Studies Center of The Heritage Foundation was
established in 1983 to focus the attention of policymakers in
Washington on U.S. economic and security interests in the
increasingly dynamic Asia-Pacific region. Its purpose is to promote
mutual understanding and enhance cooperation between the United
States and the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.
The Heritage Foundation also has taken great pride in dedicating
an executive conference room to the memory of B.C. Lee. Mr. Lee was
a true visionary. Through his leadership, the Samsung Group
contributed greatly both to the economic development and well-being
of the Korean people and to the development of mutually beneficial
relations between the people of the Republic of Korea and the