Previous DPRK-related events.
Subcommittee Hearing: The Iran, North Korea, and Syria Nonproliferation Act: State Department’s Non-Compliance
A hearing hosted by the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa
An outdoor photo exhibition exhibition.
Join KEI as it hosts Dr. Georgy Toloraya, Director of the Center for Asian Strategy at the Russian Academy of Sciences as he discusses his thoughts on Russia’s foreign policy toward the two Koreas and its priorities for a peaceful Korean peninsula in the future.
Hosted by the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars .
Hosted by the Asan Institute for Policy Studies
As Presidents Barack Obama and Park Geun-hye prepare to hold their fourth meeting on June 16, please join KEI for a discussion of the current state of the economic, military, and diplomatic dimensions of the alliance and its prospect for the future.
Hosted by the Robert F. Kennedy Human for Justice and Human Rights
The event will feature Joseph Kim who will give a presentation entitled “From Starvation in North Korea to Salvation in America".
Hosted by the Asan Institute for Policy Studies.
Presented by the U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS and the Sejong Society of Washington, D.C.
CSIS and the Korea Foundation will co-host an international public conference with senior opinion makers, policy makers, and officials to frame the agenda for U.S.-ROK relations going forward in advance of the visit by President Park Geun-hye to the United States.
The nuclear programs of Iran and North Korea represent grave challenges to the global security order. Come listen to leading experts Mark Fitzpatrick, Susan L. Shirk, and Stephan M. Haggard at UC - San Diego's Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation.
Tuesday, May 26: Huessy Congressional Breakfast Seminar Series on Nuclear Deterrence and Missile Defense (Washington, DC)
Join the Huessy Congressional Breakfast Seminar Series on Nuclear Deterrence and Missile Defense for a seminar discussing US nuclear deterrence challenges and North Korea and China's nuclear build-up.
Several speakers and panelists will discuss U.S. security concerns related to the Korean Peninsula and East Asia.
The Asan Institute for Policy Studies cordially invites you to an Asan Seminar: “Revisiting Korea-Japan Relations” in conjunction with the release of The Japan-South Korea Identity Clash on Monday, May 18, 2015 in Washington, D.C. South Korea and Japan are Western-style democracies with open-market economies committed to the rule of law. They are also US allies. However, despite their shared interests, shared values, and geographic proximity, divergent national identities have driven a wedge between them. Drawing on decades of expertise, Brad Glosserman and Scott Snyder investigate the roots of this split and its ongoing threat to the region and the world.
Thursday, May 14: Nuclear Non-proliferation and U.S.-ROK Relations: An International History, 1969–1981 (Cambridge, MA)
How was South Korea able to pursue its nuclear weapons program in the 1970s? Was U.S. coercive diplomacy the primary driver leading to South Korea's decision to abandon the weapons program? This seminar at Harvard University's Belfer Center examines South Korea's nuclear weapons program and U.S. non-proliferation efforts from the Nixon to the Carter Administrations in the broader context of international nuclear history.
Thursday, May 14: Russia and the Korean Peninsula: Policy and Investment Implications (Washington, DC)
Bringing together leading experts and academics, this CSIS forum will examine both the important policy and investment implications for Russia and the Korean peninsula with a particular focus on regional integration, energy and infrastructure investment, and diplomacy. This event is in cooperation with the Global Peace Foundation (GPF) and is on the record and open to the public.
Wednesday, May 13: Prospects for Passing Tougher Sanctions and Stemming Money Flows that Sustain the North Korean Regime (Washington, DC)
Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights and The International Bar Association (IBA) are pleased to invite you to attend a lunchtime panel entitled “Prospects for Passing Tougher Sanctions and Stemming Money Flows that Sustain the North Korean Regime” on MAY 13 (Wednesday) from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm at Miller & Chevalier (655 15th St NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC).