Ambassador Lee Tae-sik of the Republic of Korea and Ambassador Alexander Vershbow of the United States will discuss Korean-American trade, security on the Korean peninsula, and other issues important to Korean-American relations in a public dialogue at the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda at 1 p.m. on January 25.
The program at the Nixon Library, sponsored by the independent Washington-based Korea Economic Institute, is part of a multi-city tour and is in its seventeenth year. The event will be co-sponsored by the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum and by the Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace Foundation.

“We’re excited to host this event,” Nixon Library Director Tim Naftali said. “The Library has an ongoing mission to foster informed public discussion about current events, and Ambassadors Lee and Vershbow will explain Washington and Seoul’s views about one of the world’s most important regions.”

“The Nixon Foundation is glad to be a sponsor of the ambassadors’ visit,” Nixon Foundation Executive Director John H. Taylor said. “Constructive dialogue was a hallmark of President Nixon’s approach to international relations, and he made it clear that he wanted his Library to be a focal point of conversations such as this one.”

Admission to the event is free. The Library requests that those planning to attend call to reserve seats at 714/ 983-9120 or email nixon@nara.gov.

About the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
The Nixon Library is the newest member of the National Archives and Records Administration’s system of presidential libraries. The Library preserves and makes available the record of the Nixon administration through documents, museum exhibits, and public programming. The Library is located at 18001 Yorba Linda Boulevard in Yorba Linda and on the Web atwww.nixonlibrary.gov.

About the Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace Foundation
The Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace Foundation works to perpetuate President Nixon’s legacy by supporting public events and exhibitions at the Nixon Library and the programmatically independent Nixon Center, a bipartisan foreign policy think tank arm of the Nixon Foundation located in Washington, D.C. More information about the Foundation is available atwww.nixonfoundation.org.