Previous DPRK-related events.
In a joint effort with Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center, Office of Congressional Relations, and the Foreign Affairs Congressional Staff Association, the Wilson Center will host a panel discussion on the U.S.-ROK relationship and North Korea's challenges.
Dr. Katharine H.S. Moon will present the John Oh Memorial Lecture at Catholic University.
The Wilson Center and Peace Corea will host a panel discussion assessing and providing recommendations in the context of current U.S. and ROK policies towards the DPRK.
The Korea Economic Institute will host representatives from the Trump and Clinton campaigns to discuss their candidate’s views on critical issues the United States will face in East Asia and the Korean peninsula in the years ahead.
The Korea Society will host a discussion on the positions of candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the context of Korea and East Asia, featuring NCNK executive director Keith Luse and Mansfield Foundation president Frank Jannuzi.
The Korea National Diplomatic Academy (KNDA) and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in close collaboration with the Republic of Korea Ministry of Foreign Affairs and U.S. Department of State will convene the 2016 Northeast Asia Peace and Cooperation Forum: Trust Building toward a Peaceful and Cooperative Northeast Asia. The conference organizers will engage in a conversation with policymakers, opinion leaders, and experts across the Northeast Asia region to discuss the most pressing security issues to generate ideas for facilitating regional cooperation on these challenges and opportunities.
KEI will host a discussion with Dr. Walter Clemens on his new book and his approach to analyzing North Korea policy.
The Evolving Regional Architecture in Northeast Asia: Maintaining Strong US-Korea Relations with the Next US Administration
The US-Korea Institute at SAIS and Presidential Committee for Unification Preparation (PCUP) of the Republic of Korea will host a discussion on the changing regional architecture in Northeast Asia and the future of US-Korea relations under the next US administration.
On September 30, the Center for East Asia Policy Studies at Brookings will host the second annual Young and Brave conference featuring presentations by young professionals from universities, government, private sector, NGOs, and the media.
The Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific, and International Cybersecurity Policy will hold a Assistant Secretary Daniel Russel and State Department Sanctions Coordinator Daniel Fried.
The East-West Center in Washington will host a discussion on Asia policy in the 2016 presidential election.
Journalist Robert Boynton will speak at UC-Berkeley on his book "The Invitation-Only Zone."
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will host a conference call at 10 AM EST on North Korea's most recent nuclear test.
The Honorable Masanori Nishi, former Vice Defense Minister and currently Special Advisor to the Ministry of Defense, will speak at the Stimson Center on "The Third Offset Strategy and the U.S.-Japan Alliance."
The Future of U.S. Policy Toward Asia: Implications of the 2016 Elections for Economic and Security Issues
With the 2016 Presidential Election right around the corner, FPRI’s and the Wilson Center’s respective Asia Programs will join forces to discuss the impact of a possible Clinton or Trump presidency on the major issues of U.S. policy toward Asia.
In this panel, three well-known experts discuss the future of the triangular relations between the U.S. and its two Northeast Asian allies in the wake of the fifth North Korean nuclear test.
The Wilson Center's Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy and Asia Program, along with the East Asia Foundation will host the 4th US-ROK Dialogue at the Wilson Center.
Participating in Biit: The 2016 North Korea Human Rights Film & Freedom Festival, No Chain and the US-Korea Institute at SAIS present an exclusive screening of The Lovers and the Despot, a documentary on the North Korean kidnappings of South Korean actress Choi Eun-hee and filmmaker Shin Sang-ok in the 1970s.
Asia Society, in partnership with the East Asia Foundation, presents a high-level panel discussion evaluating the tensions between the major stakeholders on the North Korea issue, and the outlook for a peaceful resolution in the near and long term for the peninsula.
"Korean Unification and Peace in Northeast Asia:" A Conversation with Former Republic of Korea Minister of Unification Dr. Kihljae Ryoo
South Korea's former Minister of Unification, Dr. Kihljae Ryoo, will speak at the Wilson Center to discuss recent developments in North Korea, shifts in policies toward the DPRK, inter-Korean relations, and prospects for peace and cooperation in Northeast Asia.