Sean King is a senior vice president at Park Strategies, a New York business advisory firm. He is also a University of Notre Dame Liu Institute for Asia & Asian Affairs affiliated scholar. He was Senior Advisor for Asia, in the U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service, at the U.S. Department of Commerce, during the George W. Bush administration. His views expressed here are his own.
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Will South Korea’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Make a Difference?
Joanne Lin|Sean King
South Korea’s new Indo-Pacific strategy underscores the country’s ambitions to be a “global pivotal state”. Seoul seeks to effect a careful balance: inclining towards the US-led grouping advocating a “free and open Indo-Pacific”, while at the same time engaging China.