Previous DPRK-related events.
The Brookings Institution will host a conference on U.S-Asia relations in the new administration and the future of geopolitics and economic connectivity in the Indo-Asia-Pacific.
The Asia and the Pacific Subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee will convene a hearing on North Korea policy featuring testimony by Bruce Klingner and Dr. Sung-Yoon Lee.
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace will host a conference on the future of the NPT and the global nuclear order, as well as emerging trends in deterrence, disarmament, nonproliferation, nuclear security, and nuclear energy.
[NEW YORK, NY] The Working Group on North Korean Women will host a NGO side event during the 61st Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) on issues surrounding North Korean refugee women.
The Korea Club will host a dinner discussion with Col. Ashton Ormes (Ret.) on North Korea and the Mission to Account for America's Missing Korean War Servicemen.
The Wilson Center will host a panel discussion featuring Japanese and American scholars on the challenges of understanding North Korea.
The U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS will host a discussion with Mr. Alexander Ilitchev on how Russia views the North Korea situation vis-a-vis the new administration in the United States.
[NEW YORK, NY] The Korea Society will host a talk with Dr. John Park on the dynamic between China and the two Koreas.
The Wilson Center will host a book launch for Robert Litwak on his new book "Preventing North Korea's Nuclear Breakout."
The US-Korea Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and InterMedia will hold a discussion on the state of North Korean information and media environment.
[SAN ANTONIO, TX] St. Mary's University will host a conference featuring experts from around the globe to discuss North Korea's military, the international community, and engagement and diplomacy.
For its annual Winter Symposium, the Institute for Corean-American Studies (ICAS) will host a discussion on the new administration's Asia Policy, focusing on Korean Peninsula issues in the context of US National Security.
The US-Korea Institute at SAIS, Korea National Defense University, and the Center for International Studies at Inha University will host a panel discussion on the future of the U.S.-Korea alliance under the Trump administration.
Georgetown Truth and Human Rights in North Korea (THiNK) and the Georgetown School of Foreign Service Asian Studies Program will host their 4th Annual Conference on North Korea.
The Cornell School of Law will host a symposium concentrated on legal problems in and around North Korea. [ITHACA, NEW YORK]
Direction of South Korea’s Foreign Policy: Moon Jae-In’s Strategy for Making a Better Alliance with Trump Administration
The US-Korea Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) invites you to attend a discussion with Professor Kim Ki Jung, a policy advisor to Mr. Moon Jae-in, a leading candidate in the next presidential election in South Korea, on Mr. Moon’s strategy to strengthen the US-ROK Alliance with the Trump Administration.
The Program on Science and Global Security (SGS) at Princeton University will host a seminar featuring Leon Sigal to discuss North Korea policy options for the new administration. [NEW JERSEY]
The Asian Studies Program at Georgetown University, as part of its ongoing Director's Speakers Series to discuss today's most critical issues in Asia, will host Dr. Stephan Haggard to present issues on North Korea and his discuss is forthcoming book 'Hard Target: Sanctions, Engagement and the Case of North Korea."
The Asian Studies Program at Georgetown University will host Professor John Delury for a lunch talk on the U.S. Pivot to Asia.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee will host a hearing on new steps in U.S. policy toward North Korea with Victor Cha, Sue Mi Terry, Anthony Ruggiero, and Robert Gallucci called to testify.