Japan-South Korea Cooperation Amid Israel-Hamas Conflict Proves Benefits of Trilateral With US
By Evan Wright and Jessica A. Guarini
Coordination on evacuations of their citizens from the Middle East is a seemingly small but symbolically significant step for Tokyo and Seoul.
Why South Korea Has Emerged as a Key Partner to the Transatlantic Community
By Francis Shin
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and shared concerns over China are motivating South Korea to develop stronger partnerships with the Euro-Atlantic region.
South Korea’s Political Bifurcation Will Stifle Any Trilateral Agreement
By Dylan Stent
The whole point of the Camp David Summit was to institutionalize Japan-South Korea-U.S. cooperation. But no one should expect South Korea’s left to keep to the same path.
The Significance and Challenges of the Japan-US-South Korea Summit
By KAWASHIMA Shin
The summit statement’s wording is revealing.
Camp David Marked a ‘New Era’ in Japan-Korea-US Relations. Can It Endure?
By Troy Stangarone
Long-term institutionalization of trilateral cooperation can only truly take root after it has survived political transitions in the United States, South Korea, and Japan.
The Japan-South Korea-US Summit: A Game Changer for the Indo-Pacific
By Mina Pollmann
Different threat perceptions as well as Japan’s colonization of Korea and atrocities committed during World War II have made even basic trilateral cooperation difficult – until now.
The Japan-South Korea-US Summit Is Bad News for China
By Shannon Tiezzi
The summit’s deliverables directly contradict previous assurances Beijing had sought on limits to trilateral cooperation.