How Moon Jae-in’s Win in South Korea Will Impact Asia

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Wharton's Philip Nichols and Stanford's Richard Dasher discuss the impact of the recent elections in South Korea.

South Korea has elected a liberal president whose policies are in opposition to its impeached former leader, Park Geun-hye. During a recent appearance on Knowledge@Wharton’s SiriusXM show  Wharton legal studies and business ethics professor Philip Nichols and Richard Dasher, director of Stanford University’s US-Asia Technology Management Center,  discussed the impact Moon Jae-in’s policies and a less hawkish approach to North Korea could have on the region and U.S. relations.

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