U.S., South Korea and Japan must give form to 3-way partnership

U.S., South Korea and Japan must give form to 3-way partnership

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Standing consultative body could help tackle emerging challenges


Haeyoon Kim

| South Korea

South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, left, shakes hands with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the end of a news conference with U.S. President Joe Biden at Camp David on Aug. 18. 

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Haeyoon Kim is a senior program officer at the Asia Society Policy Institute in Washington.

South Korean President Yoon Seok Yeol made waves when he referred to Japan as a « partner » during his speech on Aug. 15 to mark the day his nation was liberated from Japanese colonial rule in 1945.

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