The Australia-Republic of Korea Relations: From Bilateral to Regional

20 Aug 2018
The Australia-Republic of Korea Relations: From Bilateral to Regional

On 20 August 2018, Australia’s Ambassador to the Republic of Korea (ROK), Mr James Choi, joined the Perth USAsia Centre for a private roundtable luncheon under the Chatham House Rule which focused on  "The Australia-ROK Relations: From Bilateral to Regional". With bilateral relations between Australia and ROK evolving significantly since diplomatic ties were first established in 1961, Ambassador James Choi discussed how the economic, political and strategic partnership between Australia and the ROK can be expanded to include a regional focus.

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Dr Jeffrey Wilson, Head of Research, moderating the roundtable luncheon discussion under the Chatham House Rule with initial remarks by Ambassador James Choi, Australia's Ambassador to the Republic of Korea.

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Several guests from the business, academic and public sector attending the exclusive roundtable luncheon with Ambassador James Choi, Australia's Ambassador to the Republic of Korea.


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Australia's Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, Mr James Choi sharing his initial remarks on the Australia-Republic of Korea relationship at a private roundtable luncheon hosted by the Perth USAsia Centre

Authors

Reginald Ramos
Reginald Ramos
Communications Officer
Reginald Ramos is the Communications Officer at the Perth USAsia Centre. He is responsible for implementing the Centre's communication strategies, managing the Centre's digital transformation and web projects, and also leads the Centre's content creation and photography, video, audio, website and social media practices.
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