Previous DPRK-related events.
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.
The Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc. will host former ambassador Robert L. Gallucci on a discussion of paths to peace on the Korean peninsula.
The Brookings Institution will host a talk by Dr. John Park and Dr. Jim Walsh on their recent report on sanctions effectiveness and unintended consequences.
The Korea Society will host a talk on developments related to regional politics and security in Northeast Asia, including issues in the Korean peninsula to the South China Sea.
The Evolution of North Korean Human Rights Discourse and Activism: Domestic and Transnational Dimensions
The 2014 United Nations Commission of Inquiry Report into North Korean Human Rights brought about a renewed focus on North Korean human rights. Behind the scenes, a growing network of transnational activists has been responsible for raising the profile of the North Korean human rights issue over a period of two decades. This conference at Catholic University turns the spotlight on these activists in an effort to understand the evolution of North Korean human rights discourse: the contentions, the hurdles and the assumptions underpinning it.
Truth and Human Rights in North Korea (THiNK) at Georgetown University will host a conversation with three North Korean female defectors about their experiences living in North Korea, resettlement in South Korea, and their current human rights activism.
The Korea Society will host a presentation examining historical American perceptions of North Korea and its effects on U.S.-DPRK diplomatic policy since 1948.
The Institute for Corean-American Studies will host a symposium regarding various issues on the Korean peninsula and in the context of U.S. national security.
The Korea Society will host a book launch talk and signing by Dr. Victor Cha on his new book, Powerplay that examines the evolution and importance of U.S. alliances with ROK and other East Asian nations.
Robert Litwak will discuss the issue of nuclear terrorism concerning Pakistan, North Korea, Iraq, and Iran as explored in his new book, Deterring Nuclear Terrorism.
The Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI), in partnership with the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK), will host a dinner presentation about North Korean human rights issues as a meeting of the Korea Club.
The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, in partnership with the East Asia Institute, will convene a panel discussion on policy options on the North Korea nuclear issue and security in Northeast Asia.
The Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University will host a panel discussion with representatives from China, Japan, and South Korea to discuss nuclear safety and security in Northeast Asia.
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.