Previous DPRK-related events.
The Institute for Corean-American Studies (ICAS) will host their Annual Liberty Celebration Dinner with Guest of Honour Admiral Dennis Blair and Special Guest Ambassador Ho Young Ahn.
The Korea Society will host Jieun Baek as she discusses her new book, North Korea's Hidden Revolution, dealing with the growing information network within North Korea through external exposure.
The Korea Economic Institute and Hanmi Club will host a panel discussion on the future relations between the United States and South Korea, how to address the challenge of North Korea and what the Trump administration's Asia policy might mean for the alliance.
The Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI) will host a discussion at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace regarding the effect and course of the new Trump administration's foreign policy in the Asia region.
The Brookings Institution will host a talk by Ambassador Robert King on U.S. policy toward North Korea, human rights, and security issues.
The Korea Society will host a discussion with Dr. Victor Cha and Dr. Robert Gallucci detailing their recommendations for the incoming President and administration regarding issues and concerns on the Korean Peninsula.
The Cato Institute will host a panel discussion on China's role in dealing with North Korea.
The International Bar Association, together with multiple co-organizers, including The Committee on Human Rights in NOrth Korea, North Korea Freedom Coalition, Freedom House, CSIS, and SAIS, will present a live testimony of three North Korean defectors as a follow up to the United Nations COI on the DPRK.
KEI will host a talk by David Straub who will analyze crucial factors to consider in formulating an effective policy towards North Korea and recommendations for the Trump administration.
The Network of Korean American Leaders (NetKAL) and the Wilson Center will host a lunchtime roundtable debate with Anna Fifield, Blaine Harden, Krys Lee, James Person and Jean Lee on the challenges of writing about North Korea today, from getting on the ground to turning to defectors for information about daily life inside the Hermit Kingdom.
No Chain (The Association of North Korean Political Victims & Their Families) will host an event to celebrate a decade of North Korean defectors' resettlement in the United States featuring a panel of U.S.-resettled North Korean defectors and Welcome Remarks by Ambassador Robert King.
Stanford's Shorenstein APARC and The Korea Society will host Thomas Byrne, Walter Sharp, and Kathleen Stephens in a discussion regarding the new U.S. presidential, political, economic, and security options on the Korean peninsula as well as the East Asia region.
CSIS Office of the Korea Chair and the Korea Foundation will host an international forum discussing the North Korea issue as well as the regional and economic challenges/opportunities for the U.S.-ROK alliance as it faces a new U.S. presidential administration.
The National Committee on American Foreign Policy will host a panel discussion and dinner with the Honorable Han Sung Joo and Evans J.R. Revere.
CSIS will host its annual U.S. and global security policy panel discussion, focusing on foreign and security policy objectives for the next U.S. administration. In Session 1, Second Session Series, a panel of experts will discuss the North Korean challenges to U.S. and global security.
GW THINK will host a screening of Divided Families, a documentary film about Korean Americans' search for their lost families in North Korea, and a discussion with our guest speakers. There will also be a live performance. Free bonchon, drinks, and dessert provided!
CSIS and the International Security Program will host a joint conference regarding U.S.-ROK defense cooperation, development, and issues.
HRNK and KEI will host a Korea Club talk with Ambassador Joseph DeTrani on the recommendations for the next U.S. presidential administration's policy towards North Korea.
The Korea Economic Institute will host Dr. Balbina Hwang in a discussion regarding the efficacy and significance of China-ROK regional integration projects.
The Wilson Center will host a panel discussion about the foreign policy goals and issues the next President of the United States faces with regards to U.S. interests in Russia, China, the Middle East, Latin America and more.