Previous DPRK-related events.
As the United States looks to engage the Asia-Pacific under the Obama administration and future administrations, South Korea and Japan remain two key partners for the United States in Asia. With relations improving between South Korea and Japan after a rocky period, there is increasing potential for trilateral cooperation. KEI and the Mansfield Foundation will host a discussion of the prospects for future cooperation between United States, South Korea, and Japan on security and economic issues.
North Korea is often represented as an unknowable space: a militarized space with few computers, no Internet, and a government mouthpiece that reports almost no news. The Asian American Writers Workshop will host two award-winning authors who seek to imagine and tell stories from the so-called Hermit Kingdom: Krys Lee, whose new novel is one of the most anticipated books of 2016 (The Millions) and National Book Award-nominated journalist Barbara Demick. The event will be moderated by former AAWW Open City Fellow Sukjong Hong.
The 9th Annual Armistice Day Peace Concert & Vigil, hosted by Remember727, is taking place on July 23, Sat from 6-8pm, at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, to remember the "Forgotten War," to honor its veterans and victims, and to hope for peace on the Korean Peninsula and elsewhere conflict persists.
IISS is hosting its annual Shangri-La Dialogue to examine the current developments in North Korea's nuclear program.
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is hosting an event with Kurt M. Campbell and Derek Chollet about Obama’s foreign policy doctrine and, in particular, his rebalance toward the Asia-Pacific.
The Korea Economic Institute is hosting a discussion on the future role of the U.S.-Korea alliance in the rapidly evolving security landscape on the peninsula and wider Northeast Asia.
The United States Department of State and The George Washington University are hosting a two-day forum surveying current proliferation threats and U.S. WMD and non-proliferation policy.
The Global Peace Foundation and US-Korea Institute host an event surveying the role North Korean defectors are playing in unification.
The Institute of World Politics is hosting a for and against U.S. support of nuclear weapons development in South Korea.
The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR)'s is launching a new special report entitled "Approaching Critical Mass: Asia’s Multipolar Nuclear Future" authored by Dr. Matthew Kroenig. The report examines the complex dynamics of Asia’s contemporary nuclear order and its implications for U.S. foreign and defense policy.
Georgetown University is hosting an event examining the rapidly changing security dynamic on the Korean Peninsula.
KEI is hosting a discussion with Dr Alon Levkowitz of Bar-Ilan University on how Seoul’s strategy in the Middle East can maximize its economic benefits while minimizing the security risks.
The Institute for Corean-American Studies (ICAS) is hosting summer symposium discussing the regional and national security challenges facing the United States in concerns to the DPRK.
Korea Economic Institute of America is hosting sanctions expert, Dr. Dursun Peksen, to discuss the effectiveness of sanctions on North Korea and possible policy implications for the U.S.
A conference sponsored by the Korea Peace Network and Partnerships for International Strategies in Asia.
An exhibition on North Korean art curated by BG Muhn, artist and Professor at Georgetown University, will open at the American University Museum.
Hyundai Motor–Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy is discussing contemporary art of North Korea with exhibition curator BG Muhn of Georgetown University. Prof. Muhn will share insights gained from years of field visits to Pyongyang and interviews with artists and art historians in North Korea.
The Stimson Center's East Asia Program will host panel discussions on China’s policy toward the Korean Peninsula under the Xi Jinping administration.
The Heritage Foundation will host Anish Goel (Professional Staff Member, Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate) and Hunter Strupp (Asia Policy Analyst, Committee on Foreign Affairs, United States House of Representatives) to discuss the issues the U.S. Congress faces as it relate to Asia.
The Brookings Institution will hold an event to discuss families divided between the U.S. and North Korea.