Previous DPRK-related events.
Join the Institute for Corean-American Studies for their 2015 Fall Symposium on Humanity, Liberty, Peace and Security as they discuss issues related to the Korean peninsula and the United States national security.
Harvard University's Korea Institute will host Narushige Michishita to speak on this topic.
Special Representative for North Korea Policy Sung Kim and Special Envoy for North Korean Human Rights Robert King will testify before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Join the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace for an assessment of the U.S.-South Korea summit, its accomplishments, shortcomings, and policy implications, and a discussion on how the allies can further deepen and expand the alliance in the twenty-first century and beyond.
Is U.S. missile defense policy actually intended to defend against threats from China, rather than North Korea? Theodore A. Postol explains his research findings in answer to this question, joined by Tong Zhao as a discussant.
The Center for East Asia Policy Studies at Brookings invites you to a presentation on US-ROK presidential summits in preparation for the upcoming visit of President Park Geun-Hye.
This event will provide a rare opportunity to get a glimpse of daily lives inside North Korea, particularly in areas far away from Pyongyang. This event will foster a deeper understanding of the changes occurring in North Korea and contribute to discussions about the future of the Korean peninsula.
Sponsored by the Coalition of Families of Korean and Cold War POW/MIAs and the National Committee on North Korea, with special thanks to Korean War veterans Congressman Charles Rangel and Congressman Sam Johnson for their support.
Wilson Center Global Fellow Dr. Park Jin will speak on Korea's growing role in Asia and what it means for regional cooperation and national reunification.
The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific, and International Cybersecurity Policy will hold a hearing to examine the North Korea threat and the best choice going forward for U.S. policy.
The US-Korea Institute at SAIS will host a book launch for "China and North Korea: Strategic and Policy Perspectives from a Changing China."
The KEI and the Hanmi Club will hold a discussion with a distinguished group of visiting Korean journalists and political commentators on what Presidents Park Geun-hye and Barack Obama should talk about during the October 16 Summit.
CSIS and the Korea Foundation will co-host an international conference exploring prospects for regional cooperation in East Asia.
The Korea Institute at Harvard University's Kim Koo Forum on Korea Current Affairs 10th Anniversary Special Event.
The Korean Cultural Center will host a KORUS Forum lecture & lunch reception on "The 2015 ROK-US Summit: Regional Context for Alliance Coordination."
The US Senate Commission on Foreign Relations will hold a hearing to review the Civil Nuclear Agreement in South Korea. The Honorable Thomas M. Countryman, Assistant Secretary at the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, will preside as witness.
The National Bureau of Asian Research will host a conference exploring Congress' role in U.S. engagement in the Asia-Pacific for the coming year.
The Center for East Asia Policy Studies at Brookings will host Kongdan Oh to examine the current struggles of North Koreans under the failed state-controlled economy and restrictive political class and legal systems. Katharine H.S. Moon, the SK-Korea Foundation Chair in Korea Studies, will provide introductory remarks and moderate the discussion. Following their remarks, the speakers will take questions from the audience.
The U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS and the Institute for Peace and Unification Studies at Seoul National University will host a discussion on changing politics and economy in North Korea, and take a look at the future of the Korean Peninsula.
The Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asia Studies and the Scholl Chair in International Business will host the third annual Asian Architecture Conference @ CSIS.