Ep.83 Can new S. Korean and U.S. foreign policy teams shift the direction of the Korean Peninsula peace process?
World Ch. Schedule : TUE 20:00 KST
Date : 2021-01-26
The South Korean government recently reshuffled its key figures in the security team as the Biden administration took off in the United States. President Moon Jae-in named former presidential national security adviser Chung Eui-yong as his new foreign minister! He is highly regarded for his foreign affairs capability as he spearheaded the North Korea-U.S. summit. We invite experts to dissect the newly-tapped designates for South Korea’s security team and discuss whether the launch of a new U.S. administration can bring about new opportunities for the North Korea-U.S. and inter-Korean dialogue resumptions.
- Alexis Dudden / professor of history at the University of Connecticut
- Clint Work / Ph.D. Fellow, The Stimson Center Security for the New Century & 38 North