Previous DPRK-related events.
The U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS, Sejong Society, and the Korean American Sharing Movement will host Joo Sung-ha to talk about recent changes occurring in North Korea the prospect for future changes.
The Senate Armed Services Committee will host a hearing on USPACOM and US Forces Korea featuring Admiral Harry Harris, Commander of US Pacific Command.
The George Washington University Institute for Korean Studies (GWIKS) will host a talk by Dr. Jai Kwan Jung of Korea University on what can account for the absence of rebellion in North Korea.
The Senate Armed Services Committee will host a hearing featuring on U.S. policy and strategy in the Asia-Pacific.
The Asia Society Policy Institute, Asia Programs at Johns Hopkins SAIS, Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies, and the U.S.-Korea Institute will host a panel discussion to assess U.S.-Asia relations in the first 100 days of the new administration.
North Korea Freedom Week 2017 will take place from April 23rd to April 30th in Washington DC, featuring multiple events on the situation of human rights in North Korea.
KEI will host Dr. Jeffrey Robertson for a discussion on why Korean foreign policy continuity should be strengthened and potential avenues for reform.
[SAN FRANCISCO] The World Affairs Council will host a panel discussion with Daniel Sneider of Stanford University and Philip Yun of the Plougshares Fund to assess the current North Korean situation.
The Korea Economic Institute of American (KEI) will be hosting a panel discussion on the efficacy of sanctions on North Korea.
The Korea Club will host a talk by Kwang-joo Sohn on North Korean refugee settlement in South Korea.
The Asan Institute and Stimson Center will host a panel discussion on North Korea policy options.
SAIS Global Leaders Forum, Strategic Studies Program, and the U.S.-Korea Institute will host a talk by Jonathan Pollack on North Korea's nuclear proliferation.
The George Washington University Institute for Korean Studies (GWIKS) will host a lecture by Professor Yafeng Xia on Chinese policy towards North Korea during the Cultural Revolution.
The American Enterprise Institute will host a conference on the human rights situation in North Korea.
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.