ICAS  Summer Special Symposium


Humanity, Liberty, Peace and Security

The Korean Peninsula Issues
and United States National Security*

June 24, 2016 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Dirksen Office Building room G11 (SD-G11)
United States Senate
Capitol Hill
Washington DC 20510





        
12:30 Registration
Moderator: Sang Joo Kim (ICAS Senior Fellow & Executive Vice President)
1:15 Welcome & Opening Remarks
Synja P Kim (ICAS Fellow, President and Chairman)
1:30 Walter L. Sharp (General, US Army Ret; former Commander, USFK, UNC, ROK-US CFC; intro by Janice Lee, ICAS Intern)
How to Change North Korea
2:30 Thomas Countryman (Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Nonproliferation, US Department of State; intro by Synja Kim)
North Korea's Nuclear and Missile Threat, Regional Security, and US National Security
3:30 Randal Schriver ( President and CEO, Project 2049 Institute; Founding Partner, Armitage International LLC; intro by David Lee, ICAS Intern)
The US-ROK Alliance: Challenges and Opportunities Ahead
4:30 Adjourn
Discussants
Joseph Bosco (ICAS Fellow; Senior Associate CSIS)
Dennis Halpin (ICAS Fellow; Visiting Scholar SAIS Johns Hopkins University)
Peter Huessy (ICAS Fellow; President, GeoStrategic Analysis)
Tong Kim (ICAS Fellow; Columnist for The Korea Times)
David Maxwell (ICAS Fellow; Associate Director Security Studies Program Georgetown University)
Larry Niksch (ICAS Fellow; Senior Associate, CSIS)


Upcoming ICAS Programs
ICAS Summer Symposium: The Korean Diaspora & ICAS Dinner
August 13, 2016 930 AM 830 PM George Mason University
ICAS Fall Symposium: The Korean Peninsula Issues and US National Security
October 25, 2016 The Heritage Foundation
The Honourable John Hamre, President and CEO, CSIS




* as a public service pro bono publico
ICAS designates this educational activity for continuing education/professional development for a maximum of 3:00 hours credit commensurate with the extent of actual participation.
 ICAS is not an agent of any government and/or a foreign principal (18 U.S.C.951), and solely supported by voluntary contributions.
 ICAS is the "Go-to-Place" of the first order for American affairs, Korean affairs, Korean-American affairs, and international/Washington relations.
 1.7 million Korean-Americas reside in the USA (Census 2010) .



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