On November 4, USIP hosted a conversation with five of the essayists on the sources of tension in the Japan-South Korea relationship and the creative ways in which policymakers, practitioners, and experts can address topics such as forced labor, collective wartime memories, the legacy of “comfort women,” the U.S.-South Korea-Japan trilateral alliance, and regional stability.
Professor of History, University of Connecticut
Director of the Indo-Pacific Program and Senior Fellow, Macdonald-Laurier Institute
International Litigation Lawyer; Nonresident Fellow, Sejong Institute in South Korea
Lecturer, East Asian Studies, Stanford University
Professor of Law, Western New England University
Frank Aum, moderator
Senior Expert, Northeast Asia, U.S. Institute of Peace
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/resolving-tensions-between-south-korea-and-japan
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