DPRK Event Calendar
North Korea Freedom Week 2017 (April 23-30)
North Korea Freedom Week 2017 will take place from April 23rd to April 30th in Washington DC, featuring multiple events on the situation of human rights in North Korea.
Why Is There No Rebellion in North Korea?
The George Washington University Institute for Korean Studies (GWIKS) will host a talk by Dr. Jai Kwan Jung of Korea University on what can account for the absence of rebellion in North Korea.
Armed Services Committee Hearing: United States Pacific Command and United States Forces Korea
The Senate Armed Services Committee will host a hearing on USPACOM and US Forces Korea featuring Admiral Harry Harris, Commander of US Pacific Command.
What is Really Happening in North Korea?
The U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS, Sejong Society, and the Korean American Sharing Movement will host Joo Sung-ha to talk about recent changes occurring in North Korea the prospect for future changes.
ASIA 2017: The View from Capitol Hill
The Heritage Foundation will host a discussion with key Congressional staff members to examine Asia policy issues.
Defector Panel on North Korea Freedom and Human Rights
KEI, No Chain, and Woorihana will host a panel on North Korea freedom and human rights.
Implications of the South Korean Presidential Election
The Korea Economic Institute will host a panel discussion on the implications of South Korea's presidential election, including on North Korea policy and working with the new U.S. policy.
Normalization by Other Means: The Failed Techno-diplomacy of Light Water Reactor Export in the North Korean Nuclear Crisis
[STANFORD, CA] The Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University will host a talk by Christopher Lawrence of Harvard University to discuss the history of North Korea's pursuit of light water reactors and such pursuit informed its diplomacy.
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