North Korea Event Calendar

This calendar lists public events about or related to North Korea. It focuses on events held in Washington, D.C., although it will also list notable events held elsewhere in the U.S. If you have an event you think should be included, please contact us.


September 25, 2017

4:00 pm - 6:45 pm

Foreign Policy in a New Era: The ROK and U.S.

Center for Strategic and International Studies and The Asan Institute for Policy Studies

CSIS and Asan will host a special event featuring a keynote address and discussion with Her Excellency Kang, Kyung-wha, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea and The Honorable Madeleine K. Albright, Chair of the Albright Stonebridge Group and former U.S. Secretary of State.

Washington, DC | VIEW DETAILS

September 29, 2017

4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

North Korea and the Nuclear Future

George Mason University, Center for Security Policy Studies

The Center for Security Policy Studies at GMU will host Mark Fitzpatrick of IISS-Americas to discuss the current nuclear state of North Korea and what it means to United States national security.

Arlington, VA | VIEW DETAILS


October 5, 2017

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

A Revolutionary State: North Korea’s Support of Non-State Actors

Korea Economic Institute

KEI will host Benjamin Young, a PhD Candidate at GWU, to discuss the history of North Korea's relations with non-state actors, how Kim Jong-un’s approach diverges from past practices, and what this means for addressing proliferation concerns.

Washington, DC | VIEW DETAILS

October 13, 2017

9:30 am - 4:30 pm

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

Institute for Corean-American Studies

The Annual ICAS Fall Symposium will focus on North Korea policy and feature speakers Markus Garlauskas, Robert Joseph, Matthew Kroenig, Joaquin Malavet, and David Maxwell.

Washington, DC | VIEW DETAILS


November 6, 2017

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

How Do You Solve a Problem Like North Korea?

Cato Institute

The Cato Institute will host two panels and keynote address to address the implications of North Korea's recent gains in nuclear and missile capabilities for the future of US strategy toward North Korea.

Washington, DC | VIEW DETAILS