We have another expert on Skype now. Dr. John NILSSON-WRIGHT, Senior Lecturer of Int'l Relations at Cambridge University and Senior Fellow for Northeast Asia at the Chatham House.
Dr. NILSSON-WRIGHT thank you joining us today.
1. South Korea, from the beginning, had strongly stressed that Japan's trade restrictions against South Korea are 'unjust and groundless' while Japan argued otherwise. Based on the free and open international trade norms, what's your take?
2. Many are voicing concerns that worsening Seoul-Tokyo trade tensions will negatively affect the South Korea-U.S.-Japan trilateral security ties and the bilateral military agreement between South Korea and Japan. Your thoughts?
3. In your view, how should South Korea and Japan narrow their gaps and find a breakthrough?
I'm afraid that's all the time we have for now. Thank you Mr. NILSSON-WRIGHT for your time today.