The United States-South Korea Alliance Amidst Uncertainty, Discussion Session 2

The Stimson Center and Stimson’s 38 North program, in partnership with the Dayton Council on World Affairs (DCOWA), presented a panel of experts to discuss the importance of the US-South Korea alliance amidst uncertainty. Based on their experience and expertise, the panelists offered informed commentary on the importance of the alliance as it relates to the wider strategic tapestry in the Asia-Pacific as well as the longstanding and deeply institutionalized nature of bilateral alliance relations on the Korean Peninsula.

The panel was introduced by DCOWA President Vaughn Shannon and moderated by Dr. Clint Work, a Stimson Fellow leading congressional engagement on Korean peace and security issues. The featured speakers included: Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Rick Martin of the American College of National Security Leaders (ACNSL); Col. (Ret.) Steve Lee, Senior Vice President of Operations, Korea Defense Veterans Association (KDVA); and Jenny Town, Stimson Fellow and Deputy Director of Stimson’s 38 North program.

This event was in partnership with:

Part of the Congressional Fellowship Project  and the Project .
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