Dr. Go Myong-hyun, an Adjunct Senior Fellow for the Energy, Economics and Security Program at the Center for a New American Security and a Senior Research Fellow at The Asan Institute for Policy Studies, speaks to Arira TV about the recent meeting between South Korea's first vice foreign minister Choi Jong-kun and his U.S. counterpart Wendy Sherman, where they examined a series of issues, including North Korea.
Dr. Go Myong-hyun also discusses the expected agenda for the trilateral meeting between the US, South Korea, and Japan taking place on November 19th.
Watch the full interview from Arira TV.
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