U.S. and South Korea Nuclear Cooperation
Mark Holt, specialist in energy policy at the Congressional Research Service, talked about efforts to extend the U.S.-South Korea Nuclear… read more
Mark Holt, specialist in energy policy at the Congressional Research Service, talked about efforts to extend the U.S.-South Korea Nuclear Cooperation Agreement until March 2016, after an effort earlier in the year to create a long-term successor failed.
“Critical Themes of the US-ROK 123: Challenges for Congressional Action on Extending the US-ROK Nuclear Cooperation Agreement” was a presentation of the U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS in partnership with the Global America Business Institute.
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