Type: Public event

POSTPONED: Ambassadors’ Dialogue: U.S.-Korea Relations in the Indo-Pacific Era

Date & time

Oct 2, 2023, 10:30 am-12:00 pm EDT


Michigan Union, Kuenzel Room

POSTPONED: As of Sunday, 10/1, this event has been postponed. The hosts are working to reschedule it.

Please join the Nam Center for Korean Studies and the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy's Weiser Diplomacy Center as we welcome distinguished diplomats from two countries to the University of Michigan Ann Arbor.

A panel discussion among ambassadors will include the South Korean Ambassador to the United States,
Hyundong Cho, the U.S. Ambassador to South Korea, Philip Goldberg, and former U.S. Ambassador to South
Korea and President of the Korea Economic Institute (KEI), Kathleen Stephens. The panel will be moderated by
Weiser Diplomacy Center’s Visiting Policy Practitioner and former U.S. Ambassador to Brunei Dan Shields.

Four ambassadors will share their unique perspectives on the significance of the U.S.-Korea security
alliance for not only bilateral relations but also the broader Indo-Pacific region and the ever-evolving economic
partnership between the two nations, including the ties between Korea and Michigan.

This event is part of KEI’s Ambassadors' Dialogue Program, which brings ambassadors to different U.S. cities to
discuss the importance of the U.S.-Korea relationship. Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet and hear directly
from the current and former ambassadors!

Attend in-person or via Zoom at: myumi.ch/RpAbz

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