Two Diplomats on the U.S.-Korea Alliance: Past, Present and Future
In July's edition of Asia Inside Out, our Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI) podcast that explores the latest news and developments in Asia foreign policy, we walk through the U.S.-Korea relationship, what it looks like today, and what the future might hold.
Joining us for this conversation with ASPI Managing Director Rorry Daniels are two esteemed Korean diplomats, Ahn Ho-Young and Jaemin Lee.
Ambassador Ahn Ho-Young is currently a chair professor at Korea’s Kyungnam University following a distinguished career in government that saw him serve as Korea’s Ambassador to the U.S., Ambassador to Belgium and the European Union, and Deputy Minister of Trade, among other positions.
Professor Jaemin Lee is both Chairman of Korea’s Trade Commission and Ambassador for Economic Security, and currently a professor of law at the School of Law, Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea. He is currently serving as the Director of the Asia-Pacific Law Institute at Seoul National University, as well as Chairman of Korea’s Trade Commission and Ambassador for Economic Security.
A special thanks to the Korea Foundation for helping make this conversation possible.
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