Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc.
US Senate Foreign Relations Committee
US Foreign Policy in Asia/Korean Peninsula:
Challenges and Issues
in the New Administration
ICAS Fall Symposium: Humanity, Peace and Security
15, 2008 Wednesday 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Rayburn Office Building Room B 318
States House of Representatives
Capitol Hill, Washington DC 20515
We are pleased to share with you that Frank Jannuzi will address "United States
Foreign Policy in Asia/Korean Peninsula: Challenges and Issues in the New Administration"
at the ICAS Fall Symposium on October 15, 2008 in Washington DC.
Other confirmed speakers include Erlan A Idrissov, Ambassador of
Republic of Kazakhstan to the United States and Lawrence R Klein;
ICAS Distinguished Fellow & ICAS Liberty Award recipient; Benjamin
Franklin Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania; Nobel Laureate).
Frank Jannuzi serves as the East Asia specialist for the Democratic staff of the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Frank reports to Senator Joseph R. Biden (D-DE),
the Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, advising him on policy options,
drafting legislation authorizing U.S. diplomatic operations, security assistance,
and foreign aid, and representing Senator Biden in discussions with the American
public as well as with foreign government officials and the media. From 1989-1997,
he worked as the East Asia regional political-military analyst for the Bureau of
Intelligence and Research (INR), U.S. Department of State. Frank's portfolio at
INR included a variety of regional security issues, including the Korean Peninsula,
China's defense modernization, and territorial disputes in the South China Sea and
Kuril Islands. Frank was the founding editor-in-chief of Peacekeeping Perspectives,
the State Department's classified journal on multilateral peacekeeping and humanitarian
operations. He holds a B.A. in history from Yale University and a M.P.P. with a
concentration in international affairs and security from the John F. Kennedy School
of Government, Harvard University. From August 2006 until September 2007, Frank
lived in Japan with his wife and family under the auspices of the Hitachi International
Affairs Fellowship of the Council on Foreign Relations. While in Tokyo, he joined
the faculty of Keio University as a Visiting Professor in the Law Faculty, and also
served as a visiting research fellow at the Institute of International Policy Studies.
Frank lives in Baltimore, Maryland, with his wife, Dr. Jennifer Martin, and their
daughters Zoe and Camille.
Frank spoke at the ICAS Winter Symposium 1999
and ICAS Fall Symposium 2000, respectively.
Sang Joo Kim / signed
Sr. Fellow & Executive Vice President