In a report published by the Pacific Forum, professors Sungmin Cho and Lami Kim contribute articles exploring the evolving U.S.-South Korea alliance through technology and cybersecurity.
Cho’s chapter titled “The Geopolitics of Semiconductor Cooperation among the United States, Korea, and China.” takes a deep dive into the geopolitics of semiconductor cooperation among the three countries. Kim’s chapter, titled “5G/6G, Cybersecurity and US-South Korea Cooperation,” investigates the possibilities of U.S.-South Korea collaboration on cybersecurity, focusing on the implications of 5G and 6G technologies. The overall publication emphasizes the need to adapt and fortify the U.S.-South Korea alliance amid swift advancements in technology and cybersecurity.
The views expressed in this report are the authors’ alone and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the DKI APCSS or the United States Government.