Reviewing the Camp David Trilateral Summit
On August 18, President Biden, Prime Minister Kishida Fumio of Japan, and President Yoon Suk Yeol of the Republic of Korea met at Camp David, a historic development in trilateral relations, with commitments to cooperate on defense, economic security, supply chains, and emerging technologies across the Indo-Pacific.
With these outcomes in hand, what is next for the trilateral partnership among the United States, Japan, and South Korea? What more can be done to ensure that this progress endures into the future?
Join us Tuesday, August 29th to hear perspectives on the summit and future trilateral relations from Deputy Assistant to the President and Coordinator for Indo-Pacific Affairs on the National Security Council Dr. Kurt Campbell, Ambassador of South Korea Cho Hyundong and Ambassador of Japan Tomita Koji.
*Due to space restrictions, RSVPs are required in advance for this event and will be re-confirmed via email from the Asia Program. Credentialed members of the media will receive instructions as part of a separate confirmation issued by the Office of External Relations. Your event registration is not transferrable. Registration for in-person attendance will close COB August 25th (5:00 PM).
This event is made possible through general support to CSIS.