The Role of North Korea and Taiwan in Korea-China Relations

Date & Time: 
Tue, 05/29/2012 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Korea Economic Institute
1800 K Street NW
Washington 20006
Kwei-Bo Huang, Visiting Fellow Foreign Policy, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies The Brookings Institution
Yong-Hyun Kim, Assistant Professor, Dongguk University
Randall Schriver, President, Project 2049 Institute

The relationship between South Korea and China has long been influenced by third countries. While North Korea has traditionally played a central role in the shaping of Korea-China relations, Taiwan has also begun to influence the recent dynamics of the bilateral relationship as well as the trilateral relationship with the U.S.

Please join the Korea Economic Institute and Project 2049 Institute as two experts from South Korea and Taiwan examine the roles that Pyongyang and Taipei may play in shaping the trilateral agenda and regional order beyond 2012.

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