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In Conversation: Northeast Asian politics and security with Linda Jakobson And Kang Choi

On 20 September 2013 the Lowy Institute hosted a workshop in Beijing on political and security relations between China and South Korea, China and Japan as well as the broader dynamics in Northeast Asia as viewed from Australia.

Following the workshop the Lowy Institute's Linda Jakobson spoke with Dr Kang Choi, Vice President of Asan Institute for Policy Studies. Topics include China-South Korea relations and South Korean perspectives on the US rebalance to Asia.

More information on the workshop is available here: http://www.lowyinstitute.org/events/northeast-asian-political-and-securi...

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