The Future of Transatlantic Relations and the EU's Role in East Asia

  • Federica Mogherini
Keywords: East Asia, European Union, Korea, multilateralism, North Korea, non-proliferation, Biden-Harris administration

Abstract

With the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the President and Vice-President of the United States, European leaders have voiced high hopes in the relaunch of the transatlantic partnership. The stance the ­Biden-Harris administration is going to take on issues such as nuclear proliferation, climate change, the promotion of human rights, diversity and pluralism but also on transatlantic alliances, the future of NATO, and – as a matter of principle – on the merit of multilateralism will also impact on Europe’s relation with China and the EU’s future role in Asia, particularly so regarding the Korean peninsula.

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Published
2021-12-17
How to Cite
Mogherini, Federica. 2021. “The Future of Transatlantic Relations and the EU’s Role in East Asia”. Korea Europe Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Politics, Society, and Economics, no. 1 (December). Berlin, Germany. https://doi.org/10.48770/ker.2021.no1.4.
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Roundtable