|February 14, 2014|
ICAS Winter Symposium 2014
Humanity Liberty Peace and Security
The Korean Peninsula Issues and United States National Security
February 14 2014 Friday 1 15 PM - 4 30 PM
Rayburn Office Building Room B-318
United States House of Representatives
Capitol Hill, Washington DC 20515
We are pleased to share with you that C-SPAN covered live the proceedings of the ICAS 2014 Winter Symposium held this afternoon in Washington DC. Speakers were David F. Helvey (Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for East Asia OSD Pentagon; (off-the-record) United States Security Policy in Northeast Asia: US-ROK Alliance: Challenges and Outlook), Robert Zarate (Policy Director The Foreign Policy Initiative; Beijing, Tokyo and Washington Relations), and Sydney A. Seiler (Director for Korea, National Security Council, The White House; The North Korea Challenge Going Forward).
Discussants included Joseph Bosco (ICAS Fellow; Senior Associate, CSIS), David Maxwell (ICAS Fellow; Associate Director, Security Studies Program, Georgetown University) and Larry Niksch (ICAS Fellow; Senior Associate, CSIS). Some of the related materials may be found in the following:
C-span video and program of ICAS 2013 Spring Symposium;
C-Span video and program of ICAS 2013 Winter Symposium;
C-Span video and program of ICAS 2010 Winter Symposium;
C-Span video and program of ICAS 2009 Winter Symposium;
C-Span video and program of ICAS 2005 Fall Symposium;
ICAS 2005 Fall Symposium Addendum 1;
ICAS 2005 Fall Symposium Addendum 2 ;
His Excellency Zhaoxing Li hosts Six-party Talks on North Korea's nuclear issues August 25, 2003
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