|January 16, 2014|
The Honourable David F. Helvey
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for East Asia
Office of the Secretary of Defense
United States Security Policy in Northeast Asia
Status of US-ROK Alliance: Challenges and Outlook
ICAS Winter Symposium: Humanity, Liberty, Peace and Security
The Korean Peninsula Issues and US National Security
February 14 2014 Friday 1:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Rayburn House Office Building Room B-318
United States House of Representatives
Captol Hill Washington DC 20515
We are pleased to share with you that David Helvey, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for East Asia will address "United States Security Policy in Northeast Asia: Status of US-ROK Alliance: Challenges and Outlook" at the ICAS Winter Symposium on February 14, 2014 in Washington DC.
Other confimed speakers include Sydney Seiler, Director for Korea, National Security Council, The White House.
David F. Helvey was appointed Deputy Assistant Secretry of Defense for East Asia in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Secuirty Affairs on December 31 2012. Prior assignments in the Office of the Secretary of Defense include, Principal Director for East Asia, Country Director for China, and Director for China, Taiwan, and Mongolia, and Senior Advisor for China Policy and Integration.
From August 1998 to October 2004, David was assigned to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) as a China military-political Affairs analyst in the China Strategic Issues Division, Office of China and East Asia. From June 2003 to October 2004, he served as DIA's Senior Intelligence Analyst for China military-political affairs. While assigned to DIA, David performed tours in OSD/ISA and the Joint Staff J2 (Intelligence).
From September 1996 to August 1998, David was employed as a Policy Analyst with ANSER, Inc's Congressional Analysis Team. His duties included research and analytic support to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition) Power Projection Division. From February 1998 to August 1998, he was assigned to the Assistant Secretary of Air Force (Acquisition) Staff Group.
David graduated from The American University with an MA in US Foreign Policy in 1996 and from West Virginia University with a BA in Political Science in 1994.