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Virtual Event | Forging a New Era of U.S.-ROK-Japan Trilateral Cooperation

Mar 28, 2024
8:00am to 9:00am ET


The United States, South Korea, and Japan are poised to expand their cooperation across a range of issues and within other minilateral and multilateral settings. A new report from CNAS, Forging a New Era of U.S.-Japan-South Korea Trilateral Cooperation, distills the opportunities and challenges facing the trilateral partnership. On Thursday, March 28, CNAS hosted a virtual event that discussed the report findings and the future of trilateral relations post-Camp David Summit. Speakers included Dr. Duyeon Kim, Adjunct Senior Fellow for the Indo-Pacific Security Program, Sheila Smith, John E. Merow Senior Fellow for Asia-Pacific Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, Hannah Kelley, Research Associate for the Technology and National Security Program, and Evan Wright, Research Assistant for the Indo-Pacific Security Program. The event was moderated by Lisa Curtis, Senior Fellow and Director of the Indo-Pacific Security Program.


Dr. Duyeon Kim
Adjunct Senior Fellow, Indo-Pacific Security Program, CNAS

Sheila A. Smith
John E. Merow Senior Fellow for Asia-Pacific Studies, Council on Foreign Relations

Hannah Kelley
Research Associate, Technology and National Security Program, CNAS

Evan Wright
Research Assistant, Indo-Pacific Security Program, CNAS

Moderated by:

Lisa Curtis
Senior Fellow and Director, Indo-Pacific Security Program, CNAS