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ICAS [Fall] Symposium & ICAS Liberty Award Dinner

in collaboration with
Center for East Asian Studies, University of Pennsylvania

September 29, 1998, Tuesday, 7: 45 AM - 5: 30 PM

Economy, International Relations, and Security issues

[N.B. Lecture numbers which are highlighted and underlined are links to the text]

Morning session (7: 45 AM - 12: 30 PM)

Logan Hall - Terrace Room, University of Pennsylvania
249 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6304
7: 45 AM  Continental Breakfast
moderatorSang Joo Kim (ICAS Senior Fellow)
8: 50 AM   Welcome Remarks and Opening Address
Synja P. Kim (ICAS Fellow; President, ICAS)
9: 00 AM   Asian Values and Civilization
Francis Fukuyama (ICAS Fellow; Omer L. and Nancy Hirst Professor of Public Policy, George Mason University)
9: 30 AM   China: Contemporary Issues and Future of Asia
Arthur Waldron (Director, Asian Studies Program, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy; Joseph H. Lauder Professor of International Relations, University of Pennsylvania)
10: 00 AM   Japanese Economy: Current Issues and Future of Asian Economy
Kazuo Sato (Professor of Economics, Rutgers University)
10: 30 AM   break
10: 45 AM   Asian Financial Crisis: Culture and Strategy
Gerrit W. Gong (ICAS Fellow; Freeman Chair in China Studies, and Director, Asian Studies Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies)
11: 15 AM   Crisis in Asia and Global Policy Challenges
Wanda S. Tseng (Deputy Director, Asia Pacific Department, IMF)
11: 45 AM  Panel Discussion: Critiques & Questions
William B. Brown (Senior International Economist, Office of Chief Economist, U. S. Department of Commerce), G. Cameron Hurst III (Director, Center for East Asian Studies, Professor of Japanese and Korean Studies, University of Pennsylvania) , Kurt E. Karl (Executive Vice President, Global Services, WEFA), Sang Hyup Kim (Washington Correspondent, Maeil Business Newspaper, Seoul), Yoshihisa Komori (Editor-at-Large, Sankei Shimbun, Washington),
12: 30 PM   Lunch < HAN WOOL RESTAURANT >
3608 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA, 19104 T: (215) 382-6221
Afternoon session (1: 45 PM - 5: 30 PM)

Logan Hall - Terrace Room, University of Pennsylvania
249 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6304
moderatorSang Joo Kim (ICAS Senior Fellow)
1: 45 PM   The Clinton Administration's Drifting East Asia Policy and Its Implications
Ted Galen Carpenter (Vice President for Defence and Foreign Policy Studies, Cato Institute)
2: 15 PM   A Congressional Perspective on East Asian Issues
Robert G. Sutter (Senior Specialist in International Politics, Congressional Research Service, U. S. Library of Congress)
2: 45 PM   North Korea's Missile/Satellite Launch and Dynamics of the Regional Security Landscape
William D. Drennan (Program Officer, and Director, Korea Reconciliation Project, United States Institute of Peace)
3: 15 PM   break
3: 30 PM   Outlook for the Asian and the Global Economy
Lawrence R. Klein (ICAS Distinguished Fellow; Benjamin Franklin Professor Emeritus Economics, University of Pennsylvania; Nobel Laureate)
4: 00 PM  Panel Discussion: Critiques & Questions
Francis Fukuyama, Thomas Ginsberg (Reporter, The Philadelphia Inquirer), Sang Joo Kim (ICAS Senior Fellow) , Ross H. Munro (Director, Asian Studies, Center for Security Studies), Kazuo Sato, Michael E. Scullin (Partner, Monteverde, McAlee, Fitzpatrick, Tanker & Hurd)
5: 15 PM   Closing Remark
Sang Joo Kim (ICAS Senior Fellow)
Acknowledgement of Corporate / Institutional Contributors:

Amkor Technology
United States Institute of Peace

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