DPRK Event Calendar
Tuesday, March 11: Labor Standards and South Korean Employment Practices in North Korea (Washington, DC)
Marcus Noland, an Executive Vice President and Director of Studies at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, will talk about the implications on the employment practices of South Korean firms in North Korea during the release of a new report at the U.S.-Korea Institute.
Tuesday, March 11: Asia 2014: The View from Capitol Hill (Washington, DC)
What are the big foreign policy and defense issues on the Hill this year as they relate to Asia? Every year The Heritage Foundation’s Asian Studies Center brings together several key Congressional staff members to help answer this question and the many others that derive from it, from trade to defense spending to cooperation with allies like South Korea and Japan, views on China and the future of arms sales to Taiwan. Please join us for a discussion of the range of issues at stake in America’s relationship with Asia.
Wednesday, March 26: The United States Re-Balancing in East Asia: Adopting a 100-Year Time-Frame (Washington, DC)
This seminar, hosted by the Asia Institute and Foreign Policy in Focus, will take a broader view of “re-balancing” while addressing a range of innovative policies that could ensure a long-term and cooperative U.S. presence in the East Asian region.
Thursday, March 27: UN Commission of Inquiry Report on North Korea (New York, NY)
Amnesty International’s Frank Jannuzi discusses the release of the United Nations Commission of Inquiry (COI) report of North Korean human rights violations at The Korea Society. The report follows an extensive year-long review, including testimony by victims of the regime.
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