Mirna Galic on the U.S.-South Korea-Japan Summit

August 22, 2023 00:08:17
Mirna Galic on the U.S.-South Korea-Japan Summit
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Mirna Galic on the U.S.-South Korea-Japan Summit

Aug 22 2023 | 00:08:17

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Show Notes

While last week’s summit of U.S., South Korean and Japanese leaders may have been historic, the three countries hope “to really institutionalize trilateral cooperation going forward” through joint diplomatic and security initiatives that present “a stronger, united front” in the Indo-Pacific, says USIP’s Mirna Galic.

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