The 6th U.S.-Japan-Korea Trilateral Symposium is organized to enhance trilateral cooperation by facilitating productive dialogue between the next generation of leaders and current professionals in the field of U.S.-Asia relations. The symposium was held January 4, 2019 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
By bringing together open-minded and forward-thinking university students representing each of the three countries, the symposium aspires to impart the vital importance of this strategic relationship in pursuing peace, stability, and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region while instilling in these student participants a lifelong dedication to dialogue and diplomacy in an increasingly interconnected international community.
Through these timely panel discussions, sat on by our motivated students leaders and distinguished professionals alike, the symposium demonstrated to a larger audience the keen ability of the younger generation to envision, explore, and realize new areas for innovation and cooperation within the U.S.-Japan-Korea relationship.
A video of the event is available for viewing on the CSPAN website.
This event was organized by International Student Conferences (ISC), Sasakawa USA, and Korea Foundation.
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Agenda and Speakers:
8:30 a.m. | Welcoming Remarks
Welcome: Linda Butcher, Executive Director, International Student Conferences
Remarks: Kazuyo Kato,Director for Programs and Administration, Sasakawa USA
Remarks: Kiho Jang, Deputy Director, Korea Foundation Washington, D.C.