The View from the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Join U.S. Senator Todd Young and our expert panel for a U.S. policy perspective of the two Koreas and Northeast Asia security. South Korea has just inaugurated a new conservative president who seeks closer strategic relationship with the U.S. in pursuit of a non-nuclear Korean Peninsula and raises hopes for improved Korea-Japan relations. The DPRK’s Kim Jong-un launched 14 ballistic missiles this year and invoked nuclear saber-rattling in an address to the 90th anniversary military parade, and China continues to be an imposing presence in the region as well as South Korea’s number one trading partner.