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U.S. Policy toward Japan and Korea in the Second Bush Administration

Questions surround future U.S. policy toward Japan and Korea: How will the second Bush administration address the stalemate of the six-party talks? Will the U.S.-Japan security relationship continue its post-9/11 expansion? To answer these and other questions, three renowned experts spoke at a CNAPS Roundtable Luncheon on January 27.




Sook-Jong Lee

Professor, Public Administration and Public Policy - Sungkyunkwan University

Former President - East Asia Institute


Tomohiko Taniguchi

Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University; CNAPS Visiting Fellow, 2004-2005

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