Advancing the U.S.-Korea Economic Agenda

Wendy Cutler, Hyemin Lee
Content Type
Special Report
Asia Society Policy Institute
For nearly 70 years, the United StatesRepublic of Korea (hereafter, Korea) alliance has remained strong, built mainly on shared strategic and national security interests. While the North Korean nuclear threat has long dominated political discussions and media headlines, today the economic pillar of the relationship is no less important. Economic engagement and cooperation have been strengthened since the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS) went into effect in 2012, which in turn helped solidify the overall bilateral relationship.
International Political Economy
Political Geography
America, Korea