Watch video of this online discussion with Terence Roehrig, Jean Lee, and Seokwoo Lee.
Few nations confront a more complex security environment than the Republic of Korea. South Korea’s security challenges come into sharp relief in its maritime periphery, particularly in the Yellow Sea/West Sea. In these choppy waters, exclusive economic zone and fishery disputes with China, and a boundary disagreement with North Korea, have led to consistent friction, and at times, outright hostility.
Welcome and Introduction
Alison Szalwinski, Vice President, National Bureau of Asian Research