Korea Going Forward and the 2015 Bilateral Summit
The CSIS Korea Chair celebrated the summit meeting of ROK president Park Geun-hye and U.S. president Barack Obama with a series of events in 2015, titled "Korea Going Forward."
Each of these events, involving policymakers, experts, and opinionleaders, help to elevate the level of informed public discussion about U.S.-ROK relations in advance of the meeting of the two presidents.
The "Korea Going Forward" series of events was made possible by the generous support of Grosvenor Capital Management L.P. and Amkor Technology.
June 3, 2015: Address by the Honorable Antony J. Blinken, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State
CSIS hosted the Honorable Antony J. Blinken, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, who offered a policy
speech on challenges and opportunities in U.S.-ROK relations.
June 3, 2015: Korea Going Forward
A public international conference co-hosted with the Korea Foundation involving senior opinion makers, policy makers and officials to frame the agenda for U.S.-ROK relations going forward. Participants included former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific affairs Kurt Campbell, former U.S. lead negotiator for the 1994 Agreed Framework Robert Gallucci, former U.S. lead negotiator for the 2005 Six Party Talks Christopher Hill, former Senior Envoy for North Korea Stephen Bosworth, former ROK Ambassador to the U.S. Choi Young-jin, and former national security adviser to the President of the Republic of Korea Chun Yung-woo.
June 3-4, 2015: ROK-U.S. Strategic Dialogue
A unique track 1.5, two-day international forum, co-hosted with the Korea Foundation, looking at key issues for the Park Geun-hye government and the Barack Obama administration in the region and around the globe in advance of the Park-Obama summit with participants from think tanks, universities, media, and governments.
October 2, 2015: Striving for Northeast Asian Peace
A public international conference co-hosted with the Korea Foundation involving senior opinion makers, policy makers and officials that took an look in-depth at the prospects for regional cooperation among the major powers of East Asia, in advance of the White House summit between the United States and the Republic of Korea.
October 15, 2015: Statesmen's Forum Address by the Honorable Park Geun-hye, President of the Republic of Korea
It was our distinct pleasure to host a Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Statesmen's Forum featuring her Excellency Park Geun-hye, President of the Republic of Korea. On the occasion of her summit visit to the White House, President Park delivered a public address on foreign policy and United States-Korea relations at CSIS.
The 2013 ROK-U.S. Bilateral Summit
In the run-up to the first bilateral summit between President Park Geun-hye and President Barack Obama on May 7, 2013, the CSIS Korea Chair featured a series of articles by senior Korean policy scholars that discuss the significance and implications of this summit meeting for the future of ROK-U.S. alliance.
- Korea Scores a Milestone with President Park's Address to U.S. Congress
May 17, 2013
Despite reports of a scandal involving a member of the Korean President's official party, the recent Washington visit of President Park Geun-hye scored some notable successes. Perhaps, most prominently, President Park's May 8th address to a joint meeting of the Congress demonstrated that the Republic of Korea is in the top rank of American allies. Read more.
- Trust - the Underlying Philosophy of the Park Geun-Hye Administration
May 5, 2013
"Trust” is the key word of President Park’s administration. The President herself has put great emphasis on complying with what she had promised to the people during her campaign and placed great weight on trust between the people and government. Read more.
- The Park Geun-hye Administration's Foreign and Security Policy Challenges
April 30, 2013
All incoming leaders, especially democratic ones, have to transition from a campaign to a governing mode with all of the structural constraints one isn’t faced with during a prolonged election season. Read more.