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US-ROK-Japan Trilateral Relations
Rebuilding and Expanding Economic Cooperation
Last August’s historic Trilateral Summit at Camp David cemented the US-ROK-Japan Trilateral Partnership on the global stage. Building upon this diplomatic success, the United States, South Korea, and Japan continue to seek avenues to institutionalize areas for expanded tripartite cooperation. Within the Indo-Pacific region and globally, the three countries have defined a focused agenda for enhancing and strengthening collaboration in supply chain resiliency, critical technologies, and energy security. Closer to home, Southeast Asia may present new opportunities for trilateral engagement. Though challenges remain, this conference will examine key areas of economic cooperation that will shape the future of US-ROK-Japan partnership in the years to come.
The conference will feature members of the Wilson Center’s 2023 Trilateral Commission, across two panel discussions. The first panel will assess areas of risk and opportunity for trade and supply chain resiliency among the three nations. The second panel will explore areas of new growth for the partnership, including addressing the dual challenge of climate and energy policy as well as advancing regional engagement in North and Southeast Asia. A luncheon reception will follow the conference.
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Ambassador John D. Negroponte
Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae
Ambassador Koji Tsuruoka
James L. Schoff
Executive Vice President, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)
Associate Professor of Political Science, North Carolina State University.
Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy
The Center for Korean History and Public Policy was established in 2015 with the generous support of the Hyundai Motor Company and the Korea Foundation to provide a coherent, long-term platform for improving historical understanding of Korea and informing the public policy debate on the Korean peninsula in the United States and beyond. Read more
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