DPRK Event Calendar
Tuesday, December 2: Hacking: North Korea's Newest Threat (Washington, D.C.)
The Korea Economic Institute of America will host Dr. Alexandre Mansourov, Adjunct Professor of Korean Studies at the U.S.-Korea Institute at John Hopkins University at SAIS. Dr. Mansourov will present his outline of policy recommendations for the US-ROK alliance on how to deal with the growing threat of North Korea's cyber warfare capabilities.
Wednesday, December 3: ROK Presidential Committee for Unification Planning Breifing (New York City)
The Korea Society hosts Co-Vice Chairman Chung Chong-Wook and distinguished members Ha Young-Sun and Kim Joo-Hyun of the ROK Presidential Committee for Unification Preparation, who will discuss their mission and early work as well as prospects for U.S. and international support. The group explores the complexities, challenges and ultimate opportunities of the unification process and welcome audience thoughts and feedback during the Committee's inaugural visit to New York City.
Friday, December 5: The Project for Advanced Systems on Countering WMD (PASCC) Semi-annual Workshop (Washington, D.C.)
The Project on Advanced Systems and Concepts for Countering WMD (PASCC) will host its semi-annual workshop to present PASCC research. This half-day workshop will highlight PASCC research on nuclear, chemical, and biological threats. There will be specific discussions of China, Russia, and North Korea. Workshop speakers will present their findings from ongoing and recently completed research projects and international workshops. PASCC is sponsored by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) and directed by the Center on Contemporary Conflict at the Naval Postgraduate School. This workshop is hosted in cooperation with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
Friday, December 5: Reflections on Korea: In Conversation with Ambassador Stephen Bosworth (New York City)
The Korea Society will host Ambassador Stephen Bosworth, who will reflect on his years of professional and personal commitment to Korea.
Friday, December 5: 2014 IFES-WWICS Washington Forum on Korea (Washington, D.C.)
The 2014 IFES-WWICS Washington Forum on Korea is co-sponsored by Kyungnam University’s Institute for Far Eastern Studies (IFES) and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (WWICS). The Forum will feature Ambassador Robert R. King as keynote speaker and panelist discussions covering "Marketization, Social Change, and the Impact of the Korean Wave in North Korea," and "Reporting on North Korea: Challenges, Problems and Pitfalls."
Monday, December 8: The Annual B.C. Lee Lecture on U.S. Policy in the Asia-Pacific (Washington, D.C.)
The Heritage Foundation is honored to host the Honorable Jim Talent – former United States Senator from Missouri and Member of the Senate Armed Services Committee; and Member, National Defense Panel – for a major address on U.S. policy in the Asia-Pacific region.
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