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South Korea’s Presidential Inaugural and Next-Steps in Korea-U.S. Relations

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Experts reflect on President Park Geun-hye inauguration, promises of greater “economic democracy” at home and a new trustpolitik with the North, and relations with the U.S. Stanford University’s David Straub, The Council on Foreign Relations’ Scott Snyder, and Yonsei University’s John Delury address these issues, with an eye toward evolving regional dynamics.

 


 

 

Park's Inaugural: North Korea Policy
Park's Inaugural Address
Park's Inaugural: Challenges Ahead
Report from Korea's Presidential Inaugural

 



Thursday, February 28, 2013

 

5:00 PM | Registration
5:30 PM | Discussion

 

South Korea’s Presidential Inaugural and Next-Steps in Korea-U.S. Relations


with

Scott Snyder
Senior Fellow for Korea Studies, Council on Foreign Relations

David Straub
Associate Director of Korean Studies Program, Stanford University

John Delury
Assistant Professor of East Asian Studies, Yonsei University


Moderated by Dr. Stephen Noerper
Senior Vice President, The Korea Society

 

If you have any questions, please contact Nikita Desai or (212) 759-7525, ext. 355.

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