DPRK Event Calendar
Gender, Work and Family in South Korea
The U.S.-Korea Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies invites you to attend a discussion on gender, work and family in South Korea. The panel will provide an overview of gender research on South Korea as well as presentations of in-depth case studies on transnational parenting focused on elite education and gendered politics in the South Korean labor movement.
Keith Luse on North Korea
NCNK Executive Director Keith Luse will speak at WorldDenver.
North Korea: The Human Condition and Security Nexus
Center for Strategic and International Studies, the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK), the George W. Bush Institute, the Yonsei Center for Human Liberty, and the National Endowment for Democracy will host a special event on the nexus of North Korean human rights and security issues.
The Inaugural Fred Iklé Lecture
Dinner and lecture hosted by the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea, featuring remarks by Justice Michael Kirby.
The Korean Peninsula Issues and United States National Security
You're invited to join ICAS for their Winter Symposium on Korean Peninsula Issues and US National Security.
North Korea Uncovered: The Crowd-Sourced Mapping of the World’s Most Secret State
Join the Philip Lee Phillips Map Society at the Library of Congress for a lecture on the crowd-sourced mapping of North Korea. Curtis Melvin, a researcher at the U.S.-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins University, will discuss the origins of the North Korean atlas, the challenges of utilizing open-sourced and crowd-sourced information, and the future of his project.
Rival Reputations: Coercion and Credibility in US-North Korea Relations
How has North Korea managed to experience numerous foreign policy crises without escalation to war? Why has North Korea been willing to repeatedly engage in small-scale attacks against the United States and its South Korean ally? And why have U.S. officials in liberal and conservative presidential administrations only rarely taken North Korean threats seriously? In this presentation of his newly released book, Rival Reputations: Coercion and Credibility in US-North Korea Relations, (Cambridge University Press), Dr. Van Jackson argues that these puzzles are best explained with reference to the weight of history in U.S. and North Korean foreign policy.
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