Tactics such as the June 14 attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman might allow Tehran to ultimately achieve some “soft compromises” in talks with the Trump administration, including the de-escalation of regional tensions and the easing of some restrictions to allow modest trade between Iran and the rest of the world, writes Banafsheh Keynoush
Pacific Council member and LA 2028 Bid Committee CEO Gene Sykes discusses the impact hosting the Games will have on Los Angeles’ role as a global city.
Today the Pacific Council, in partnership with the Korea Foundation, releases a report emerging from the discussions that took place at the SeouLA Forum.
South Korea and the United States should keep their mutually beneficial free trade agreement in place, experts told guests of the Pacific Council and the Korea Foundation during the SeouLA Forum.
Bilateral cooperation on technology can boost the economies of the United States and South Korea, experts told guests of the Pacific Council and the Korea Foundation during the first panel at the SeouLA Forum.
Major industries such as energy and transportation will undergo a complete “disruption” by the year 2030, Tony Seba told guests of the Pacific Council and the Korea Foundation during his keynote address at the SeouLA Forum.
What has the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement accomplished and where does it stand in the new U.S. administration? A panel of experts at the SeouLA Forum on March 31 will discuss.
What role does technology and innovation play in fostering economic growth for developed economies like the United States and South Korea? A panel of experts at the SeouLA Forum on March 31 will discuss.
Los Angeles needs to assert itself as a role model for the world in this Pacific Century, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti told Pacific Council members in his inaugural State of the Global City address.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti writes that L.A.'s leadership role as an economic, entertainment, and political capital is redefining the city's place in the world.
It would be a mistake for China to engage only New York and Washington, D.C., in its relations with the United States, as the East Coast is only part of the story in terms of U.S. public diplomacy resources, writes Pacific Council President and CEO Dr. Jerrold D. Green, Communications Associate Justin Chapman, and Events Officer Alexandre Moore.