ICAS Bulletin
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February 17, 2006

Doug C Anderson

Committee on International Relations and
Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific
United States House of Representastives

to speak
Legislation of the North Korea Human Rights Act
ICAS Winter Symposium: Humanity, Peace and Security
February 22, 2006 Wednesday 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM

United States Senate Dirksen Office Building Room SD 226
Capitol Hill, Washington D C 20510

Dear Friend:

We are pleased to share with you that Doug C Anderson will present "Legislation of The North Korea Human Rights Act" at the ICAS Winter Symposium 2006.

Douglas C. Anderson is double-hatted as Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on International Relations and its Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, where works on Asia regional issues for full Committee Chairman Henry J. Hyde (R-IL) and Subcommittee Chairman James A. Leach (R-IA). Previously, Doug served as Counsel to the House Subcommittee on International Operations and Human Rights during the chairmanship of Rep. Christopher Smith (R-NJ). A graduate of the College and the Law School of the University of Chicago, he worked as a litigator at a large firm in Phoenix, Arizona before contriving his (so far) successful escape from private legal practice over a decade ago. Doug and his wife Rebecca, a native of Seoul, Korea, live in Alexandria, Virginia with their four children.

Other confirmed speakers include Nicholas Eberstadt (Henry Wendt Scholar in Political Economy, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research: "The US - ROK Alliance: non sequitur?" <www.icasinc.org/2006/2006b/b060216a.html>), Raphael Perl (Senior Policy Analyst for Terrorism, Narcotics and Crime, Congressional Research Service, US Library of Congress: "Protecting United States Currency: The Case of North Korea" <www.icasinc.org/2006/2006b/b060209a.html>) and Kathryn Weathersby (Senior Associate, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars: "North Korea's Foreign Relations: Historical Roots of Present Patterns" <www.icasinc.org/2006/2006b/b060126a.html>).

Admission to this programme is free of charge and open to public. Should you wish to attend the ICAS Winter Symposium 2006, you must pre-register On-Line Registration. Only those pre-registered will be admitted to the session.

Thank you.

Sang Joo Kim / signed
Sr. Fellow & Executive Vice President

ICAS Fellow