The leadership transitions in both the U.S. and China have come to an end, and relations are entering a new phase known as the G2. Amidst all of it, Korea finds itself in a position that requires a balancing of its diplomatic interests with both nations.
For two weeks, "After 10" is taking a closer look at the need for improved diplomatic capabilities in the G2 era. This week, on Nov. 30th, we are joined by professor Moon Chung-in of Yonsei University. He tells us more about the Chinese leadership transition under Xi Jinping, and the diplomatic tightrope that Korea will have to walk in order to maintain relations with the interested parties.