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Read the Report on the Opinions of Korean Americans in Georgia

In response to strained relations between the U.S. and North Korea, the time is right to infuse the opinions of Korean Americans into the debate.  GA WAND Education Fund, Inc. and Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Atlanta surveyed 176 Korean American Georgians about their opinions on U.S. engagement with North Korea.

For more information and a brief analysis of our findings, please read the FINAL REPORT.

Our key findings include the following: 1) the need to fill missing information in regards to foreign policy and nuclear weapons, 2) the need to close the generational and gender divides, 3) the need to create accurate portrayals of North Korea in the media, 4) the need to connect Korean Americans' vote to their issues of concern, and 5) the need to abandon U.S.-Centrism.

This research shows that in order for the U.S. to have more effective foreign policy in the Korean Peninsula, rather than closing ties, it would be better to resume bilateral talks and build relationships, between leaders and in the general population areas to help reduce tension.



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