The Stimson Center
1211 Connecticut Ave NW, 8th Floor, Washington, DC 20036
May 20, 2019, 12:30 pm EDT to 1:45 pm EDT
The Hanoi summit was not the breakthrough that South Korea wanted. The talks with North Korea have stalled even as tension has increased between the U.S. and China, placing South Korea in a challenging position as Moon Jae-in struggles to break the stalemate between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un.
Dr. Seong-hyon Lee, Director of the Center for Chinese Studies at the Sejong Institute, will discusses South Korea’s assessment of China’s position on the negotiations and how U.S.-China great power competition will impact Moon’s denuclearization/unification agenda.
Register here: https://www.stimson.org/events/archive/2005