DPRK Event Calendar
Wednesday, September 3: "The U.S.-ROK Alliance as an Asia-Pacific Alliance? Historical and Contemporary Perspectives in U.S. Policy," with Professor Yasuyo Sakata (Washington, DC)
Part of the Sigur Center for Asian Studies' Visiting Scholar Roundatble Series at George Washington University
Thursday, September 4: Korean Unification in a New Era (Washington, DC)
In light of President Park Geun-hye's speech in Dresden, Germany and the growing discussion about the future of the Korean peninsula, the Office of the Korea Chair at Center for Strategic and International Studies will hold a full-day conference featuring senior-level policy and scholarly discussions on the topic of unification. This event will be a landmark conference on economic, business, political, and security opportunities of unification co-hosted with the National Research Council for Economics, Humanities and Social Sciences (NRCS) of the Republic of Korea and a consortium of other institutions.
September 6-7: Crossing, Jumping, Flying: North Korean Mobility in Film (Los Angeles, CA)
The Korean Film Festival comes back to USC, this time exploring the cinema from and about North Korea.
Monday, September 8: "US Policy on Asia: Where do we go from here?," with Dr. Kurt Campbell (Washington, DC)
GW's Sigur Center for Asian Studies and The Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies invite you to “US Policy on Asia: Where do we go from here,” with Dr. Kurt Campbell, Former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs and current Chairman/CEO of The Asia Group. The lecture will be followed by a discussion with Amitai Etzioni and then with the audience.
Wednesday, September 10: Joining the Asia Space Race: South Korea's Space Program (Washington, DC)
Join KEI as it hosts Dr. Daniel Pinkston, Deputy Project Director for North East Asia at the International Crisis Group, who will present his paper on South Korea’s space program. Dr. Pinkston will provide his analysis on the current state of Korea’s space program, its future direction, and how it will fare in the Asian space race in addition to its quest to learn more about our universe.
Saturday, September 13: 2014 Student Conference on the DPRK: How Can the International Community Effectively Engage the DPRK? (Cambridge, MA)
Harvard Kennedy School - DPRK Study Group and Harvard Medical School - Students for Global Health are jointly putting on a conference on DPRK. This event is not sponsored by Harvard University, but is student-run. This conference is off-the-record.
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