Korea Economic Institute
1800 K St NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20036
May 29, 2018, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
With the first ever U.S.-North Korea summit meeting set for June 12 in Singapore, there is the potential that North Korea will agree to denuclearize and that the United States will agree to engage in discussions to end the Korean War. If the geopolitical situation on the Korean Peninsula evolves, policy makers will need to assess the current role of U.S. forces on the Korean Peninsula, what future roles those forces may have, and whether they should be restructured.
Please join KEI for a discussion of the current role of U.S. forces on the Korean Peninsula and how current events might reshape that role.
Register here: http://www.keia.org/webform/rsvp-event
Frank Aum, US Institute for Peace
Col. David Maxwell (USA, Ret), Institute for Corean-American Studies