ICAS Summer Special Symposium: The Korean Peninsula Issues and United States National Security

Institute for Corean-American Studies and Heritage Foundation

Allison Auditorium,The Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002

June 26, 2017, 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm

The topic of the Symposium is: The Korean Peninsula Issues and United States National Security.

Scott Bray will present a lecture on "North Korea's Nukes and Ballistic Missiles Capability".

James Dobbins will present the lecture: "Might Ending the Old Koran War Help Prevent the New?". 

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Speakers

Scott W. Bray is the National Intelligence Manager for East Asia, Office of the Director of National Intelligence. 

James Dobbins is a Senior Fellow and Distinguished Chair in Diplomacy and Security at RAND Corporation.

 

Discussants

Joseph Bosco ICAS Fellow; Senior Associate CSIS

William Brown ICAS Fellow; Adjunct Professor at the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University

Dennis Halpin ICAS Fellow; Visiting Scholar at the Johns Hopkins US Korea Institute at SAIS

Peter Huessy ICAS Fellow; President of GeoStrategic Analysis; Senior Consultant at the Mitchell Institute

David Maxwell ICAS Fellow; Associate Director of the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University

Larry Niksch ICAS Fellow; Senior Associate CSIS

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