ICAS Fall Symposium: The Korean Peninsula Issues and US National Security

Institute for Corean-American Studies

Allison Auditorium The Heritage Foundation 224 Massachusetts Avenue NE Washington DC 20002

October 13, 2017, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm

The Institute for Corean-American Studies will convene their annual Fall Symposium, which will feature several presentations on North Korea policy. 

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Speakers:

Markus V. Garlauskas(National Intelligence Officer for North Korea, National Intelligence Council, Office of the Director of National Intelligence)
Evolving Threats from a Changing North Korea
Robert Joseph( Senior Scholar, National Institute for Public Policy)
Discussions on the North Korea's Threat
Matthew Kroenig(ICAS Fellow; Associate Professor, Department of Government, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University)
US Strategy Addressing The North Korea's Nuclear Threat
Joaquin Malavet(Major General USMC, Director for Strategic Planning and Policy (J5) US Pacific Command.)
North Korea: A Global Responsibility
David Maxwell(Associate Director Center for Security Studies, Security Studies Program, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University.)
US Grand Strategy towards North Korea

 

Discussants (ICAS Fellows):

Joseph Bosco, Senior Associate, CSIS

Dennis Halpin, Visiting Scholar Johns Hopkins US Korea Institute at SAIS

Peter Hussey, President, GeoStrategic Analysis; Senior Consultant, Mitchell Institute, AFA

Tong Kim, Washington correspodent and columnist, The Korea Times

David Maxwell, Associate Director Security studies Program, Georgetown University

Larry Niksch, Senior Associate, CSIS

 

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