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Episode 58: Denuclearizing the Peninsula? Strategic Outlook for the U.S. and South Korea

The Republic of Korea has been a strategic U.S. military and economic ally since the 1950s. With regional tensions with China at an all-time high, a new Korean President since May, and global trade experiencing massive disruption, what does the future of the strategic U.S.-Korea relationship look like? And how might they jointly, or multilaterally, continue to thwart the threats from ongoing missile tests and nuclear program development from the Democratic Republic of Korea (DPRK)? To examine this question, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs hosted a delegation including representatives from the Korea Economic Institute, the Korean Embassy and the U.S. Department of State.

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