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The Future of U.S.–South Korea Relations
September 9, 2015 Washington, DC
The Future of U.S.–South Korea Relations

Event Archive

  • The Economic Impact of Lifting Sanctions on Iran
    August 27, 2015  – Washington, DC

    A new World Bank report assesses that the removal of economic sanctions against Iran could significantly boost economic growth in Iran.

  • Thailand and the Changing Geopolitical Dynamics of Southeast Asia
    August 12, 2015  – Washington, DC

    In the Asia-Pacific, economic development and interconnectivity is growing alongside increasing tensions between neighbor states. This is no clearer than in the fight for building Thailand’s infrastructure.

  • From Ocean of War to Ocean of Prosperity
    July 29, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Over the past two hundred years, the Western Pacific has been the stage for war, peace, development, modernization, and prosperity. Its rich resources and vital shipping lanes are essential to the well-being of all countries within its bounds.

  • Strategic Stability in South Asia: A Bridge Too Far?
    July 23, 2015  – Washington, DC

    The fragile security environment in South Asia is marked by territorial disputes, radical extremism, and nuclear weapons.

  • Senator Chris Murphy on the Iran Nuclear Deal
    July 22, 2015  – Washington, DC

    U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) will offer his assessment of the Iran nuclear deal, and the long-term implications of an agreement for America's role in a changing Middle East.

  • Myanmar’s Ethnic, Communal, and Human Rights Challenges and the 2015 Elections
    July 22, 2015  – Washington, DC 中文

    Myanmar’s upcoming 2015 elections will be an important milestone in the country’s struggle to define itself as it goes through profound economic and political change. Yet its transition to democracy is challenged by deep internal ethnic and communal fault lines and a legacy of human rights abuses.

  • Managing China’s Petcoke
    July 15, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Petroleum coke (petcoke), a by-product of petroleum refining that is high in contaminants, has quietly emerged in China as an inexpensive but very dirty alternative to coal.

  • The Future of the U.S.-Korea Alliance and Northeast Asia
    July 15, 2015  – Washington, DC

    The U.S.-ROK relationship has evolved from a strategic alliance designed to deter aggression from North Korea into a “comprehensive strategic alliance,” expanding well beyond the security realm. But this broader vision of the alliance is still in development.

  • Oil Price Trends and Global Implications
    July 14, 2015  – Washington, DC

    The sharp drop in oil prices is one of the most important global economic developments over the past year. While oil’s long term price outlook remains highly uncertain, a substantial part of its decline is expected to persist into the medium term

  • Joe Biden on U.S.-India Relations
    July 13, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Remarks were given by the Vice President of the United States, the Honorable Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr.


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