Previous DPRK-related events.
Arms Control Association's event with keynote speakers Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes and 2015 "Arms Control Person of the Year" award winner Setsuko Thurlow will examine the nuclear challenges facing the next president.
The Korea Society will host Professor David Kang to discuss this topic.
The Committee on Human Rights in North Korea will launch a new report, authored by Kim Kwang-jin.
In his new release, Fault Lines in a Rising Asia, ambassador, scholar, and analyst Chung Min Lee addresses the downsides of Asia’s rise and the conventional narrative that surrounds it. Speaking at The Korea Society, Dr. Lee examines Asia's economic ascent in contrast with the dangerous, diverse and divisive security challenges that persist.
The National Committee on North Korea, the Woodrow Wilson Center's Hyundai Motor–Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy, and the Korea Society invite you to join us for a discussion of North Korea's recent Seventh Party Congress and its implications.
The Institute for Corean-American Studies will host a conference featuring Rep. Barbara Comstock and Admiral Harry Harris
Hosted by the Korean-American Club (Hanmi Club) and Korea Economic Institute of America.
David Straub, associate director of Shorenstein APARC's Korea Program, will speak at Stanford University.
Kenneth Bae was the longest-held U.S. citizen detained in North Korea since the Korean War (1950-1953). During his 2-year detainment from April 2013 to November 2014, many U.S. officials including Ambassador Robert King and Congressman Charles Rangel repeatedly called for his release. This is a special opportunity to hear firsthand the true story of what took place in North Korea and what efforts were made to bring Kenneth Bae back home. A Q&A Session will follow.
Join the Wilson Center and R. Nicholas Burns for a discussion of the challenges the next U.S. president will face on Asia.
The AAAS Center for Science Diplomacy will host a one-day conference that will cover aspects of science diplomacy and bring science diplomacy thinkers and practitioners together. There will be a session on Science Diplomacy in Korea: Case Studies and Future Policy Direction.
Hosted by the Institute for Science and International Security and The George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs' Nuclear Policy Talks series
World experts will converge for the sixth annual JoongAng Ilbo-CSIS Forum to assess how the events of 2016 have changed the dynamics on the Korean peninsula.
The Japan Chair and Korea Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies will host this event.
Join the Wilson Center for a discussion on China's view of the U.S. nuclear threat, the implications of China's nuclear modernization for U.S. nuclear strategy, and the prospects for nuclear escalation that could be created by conventional warfare in Northeast Asia.
The House Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold a hearing with the Honorable Antony J. Blinken on America's challenges and opportunities in Asia.
AU will be hosting its first annual forum on North Korea featuring South Korean Ambassador Ahn Ho-Young and SIS Dean Louis Goodman.
Join CSIS, the Korea National Diplomatic Academy, and China Institute of International Studies for this panel on the US-ROK-China trilateral relationship.
CSIS-Korea Foundation Forum: The ROK-U.S. Alliance: Strength And Resilience In The Face Of Challenges
Amidst North Korean provocations, the latest UNSCR sanctions, and elections in the United States and in Korea, please join CSIS for a timely discussion with leading opinion leaders, government officials, and scholars who will converge on CSIS headquarters in Washington DC. Topics to be discussed include the North Korean situation, regional security, and alliance politics.
FilmFest DC will be screening People in the Sky at Landmark's E Street Cinema - a documentary featuring unprecedented footage on North Korea.