Under the New Southern Policy, the Moon Jae-in administration has made strengthening ties with ASEAN and India a top priority in order to mitigate the risks and uncertainties posed by great power competition. But how successful has this policy been? And as the imperatives behind this strategy become only more essential, how can South Korea sustain momentum in the final year of Moon’s presidency and beyond? 

Join Wongi Choe, Chiew-Ping Hoo, Jagannath Panda, Andrew Yeo, and Kathryn Botto for a conversation on South Korea’s relationship with Southeast Asia and India and a preview of Botto’s new paper, “Korea Beyond Northeast Asia: How Seoul is Deepening Ties with India and ASEAN.”