What are the outcomes of Moon Jae-in's U.S. visit?
Republic of Korea (ROK) President Moon Jae-in made a visit to the United States that finished at the weekend. It was the first foreign trip by the ROK president since the COVID-19 outbreak, and the first offline meeting between these two leaders since President Biden took office. So, what's in the timing of the trip, what were the highlights, and how will South Korea balance its interests between China and the United States after this visit?
To find out more, we've invited Dr. Xue Chen, Research Fellow of the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies; Shane Hahm, Correspondent in Seoul; and Professor Robert Kelly, from the Department of Political Science at Pusan National University.