Korean Peninsula Security

Representative Steve Chabot (R-OH), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommitte on Asia and the Pacific, talked about North… read more

Representative Steve Chabot (R-OH), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommitte on Asia and the Pacific, talked about North Korea’s most recent nuclear test, and what it means for security on the Korean peninsula. He also talked about U.S. relations with Pakistan and India. He was then joined by a panel of discussants. The panelists also responded to questions from members of the audience. Sang Joo Kim moderated. 

“U.S. Foreign Policy in Asia and the Pacific” was a presentation at the ICAS Winter Symposium titled “Humanity, Peace and Security - The Korean Peninsula Issues and US National Security” held by the ICAS Liberty Foundation in the Rayburn House Office Building. close

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  • Bosco, Joseph A. Senior Associate Center for Strategic and International Studies->Southeast Asia Studies
  • Chabot, Steven U.S. Representative [R] Ohio
  • Cronin, Patrick M. Senior Adviser and Senior Director Center for a New American Security->Asia-Pacific Security Program
  • deLisle, Jacques Fellow Institute for Corean-American Studies
  • Kim, Sang Joo Senior Fellow & Executive V.P. Institute for Corean-American Studies
  • Niksch, Larry A. Fellow Institute for Corean-American Studies
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Program ID:
311021-1
Category:
Public Affairs Event
Format:
Forum
Location:
Washington, District of Columbia, United States