Creating U.S.-South Korea Cooperation on Climate Change, Clean Energy, and Technology Innovation Geopolitics

The U.S. and South Korea have deeply shared democratic values that underpin their alliance, societies, and economic strength. However, democracy is being seriously challenged by autocratic governments and the assertion that a centralized approach is a more efficient form of governmental decision-making. Faced with this challenge, it is essential for these two allies to expand their cooperation to jointly address new global challenges.

In a new brief from the Global America Business Institute (GABI), Ken Luongo, President of Partnership for Global Security (PGS), discusses recent climate news and opportunities for U.S.-Korea civil nuclear cooperation, clean energy coordination, technology development, and management of geopolitical ambitions.

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