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More than 70 years since the Korean War began, the Korean Peninsula technically remains in a state of war. Why is that? And how can the United States help usher in a more stable, less militarized Korean Peninsula?
Join us on Monday, February 22 at 9:00 AM EST / 11:00 PM KST for a discussion on ways to stabilize the Korean Peninsula, drawing on the Quincy Institute’s recently released East Asia strategy report. The panel will explore a US strategy toward the Korean Peninsula that is based on peace and phased denuclearization with respect to North Korea, and one that takes into account the long-term interest of the United States in a strong and stable Korean Peninsula free from foreign military forces.
The discussion will feature Representative Ted Lieu (D-CA-33), Sejong Institute’s Chung-in Moon, and QI’s Jessica Lee. QI’s Michael Swaine will provide opening remarks. John Delury of Yonsei University will moderate.