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Asia-Pacific ROK-US Bilateral Coordination on the Indo-Pacific Agenda: Under the Incoming Yoon Administration Upload Date 2022-04-20 Hits 2207
On April 20, 2022, Center for ASEAN-Indian Studies of the Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security (IFANS) of the Korea National Diplomatic Academy (KNDA) held a virtual expert meeting on the topic of “The ROK-US Bilateral Coordination on the Indo-Pacific Agenda under the Incoming Yoon Suk-yeol Government in Korea.” Experts interacted in a virtual meeting by analyzing the changing strategic environment for the U.S.-ROK bilateral cooperation on the Indo-Pacific agenda, setting priorities for ROK-U.S. Indo-Pacific coordination, and share policy recommendations for specific areas of cooperation between the U.S. and Korea.  
 

 
IFANS and outside experts concurred that the intensification of the U.S.-China competition, Russian invasion of Ukraine, and the supply chain crisis are shaking the strategic environment of the Indo-Pacific region. The participants also underscored that the ROK-U.S. bilateral cooperation on the Indo-Pacific agenda should play a pivotal role in addressing various regional security and economic issues beyond tackling bilateral issues.

The list of participants includes:
ROK
Professor Choe Wongi, and Head of Center for ASEAN-Indian Studies (KNDA)
Professor Choi Wooseon, Acting President of the Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security (KNDA)
Professor Park Yong Min (KNDA)
Associate Professor Min Jeounghun (KNDA)
Research Professor Cho Won-deuk (KNDA)
Professor Kim Jaechun, Sogang University
Professor Park Jae-jeok, Hankuk Univ of Foreign Studies
Research Fellow Woo Jung-Yeop, Sejong Institute

The U.S.
Senior Fellow Zack Cooper, American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
Senior Defense Analyst Derek Grossman, RAND Corporation
Senior Fellow Gregory Poling, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
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