Rep. Ami Bera (D-CA)

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Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA)


Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI)


Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-AK)






The newest Congressional Study Group, on Korea, has already begun engaging current Members of Congress and their staff on Capitol Hill. At a time when the Korean peninsula is in the news constantly for both economic and security reasons, legislators and those who support them need every possible opportunity to learn about the economy of our ally on the peninsula, how the United States defends democracy in the region and the realities of how Korea interacts with other nations in Asia and beyond.


Capitol Hill Roundtable Series


Member of Congress Study Tour of Korea


Capitol Hill Roundtable Series

The Capitol Hill Roundtable series brings subject matter experts, members of the diplomatic corps and business leaders together to speak with Members of Congress and their staff about issues important to Korea and the transpacific partnership between the U.S. and ally on the Korean peninsula, as well as to those nations critical to the stability of the region. Past programs have discussed security, trade, economic and workforce development and many other topics. Events intentionally seek a smaller audience, to provide more organic, unstructured discussion, leading to the flowering of greater ideas.


Member of Congress Study Tour of Korea

All of our Congressional Study Groups include a Study Tour component that allows legislative and economic exchanges between lawmakers and their staffs in the United States and those of our allies across the world. Study Tours provide the opportunity for examination of the economic realities in those nations; interaction with students, journalists and business leaders; and a better understanding of bilateral and multilateral trade between the United States and our trading partners. Members of Congress travelling to Korea have met President Moon, important financial and security ministers and to receive top secret briefings from United States State Department personnel. As well, the bipartisan bonds created on these tours have resulted in legislative cooperation in the halls of Congress that have lasted long after the tour is over.