ICAS  Winter Symposium


Humanity, Liberty, Peace and Security

The Korean Peninsula Issues
and United States National Security*

February 24, 2017 Friday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Kennedy Caucus Room,
Russell Office Building SR-325
United States Senate
Capitol Hill
Washington, DC

Volunteer

Young Jin Jo
Michelle Won

ICAS Intern
Chris Chung
Alex Kim
David Lee
Sue In Oh
Hayoung Yoo

ICAS Volunteer
Leena Jang

        
12:30 PM Registration
Moderator: Sang Joo Kim (ICAS Senior Fellow & Executive Vice President)
12:45 PM Welcome & Opening Remarks
Synja P Kim (ICAS Fellow, President and Chairman)
The Rodger's Battle Flag (intro by L. Jang)
1:00 PM Michael E. O'Hanlon (Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution; intro by D. Lee)
Trump Administration's Asia Policy
2:00 PM Thomas Karako (ICAS Fellow; Senior Fellow, , CSIS; intro by A. Kim)
Trump Administration's Missile Defense Policy
3:00 PM Dennis Wilder (Assistent Professor, Georgetown University; intro by S. Oh)
Trump Administration's Policy Options Dealing With Maritime China
4:00 PM Mark Fitzpatrick (ICAS Fellow; Executive Director IISS; intro by H Yoo)
Trump Administration's North Korea Policy Options
5:00 PM Adjourn
Discussants
Joseph Bosco (ICAS Fellow; Senior Associate CSIS)
William Brown (ICAS Fellow; Adjunct Professor School of Foreign Service Georgetown University)
In Bum Chun ICAS Fellow; Visiting Scholar Brookings Institution; Lt G ROK Army Ret)
Dennis Halpin (ICAS Fellow; Visiting Scholar SAIS Johns Hopkins University)
Peter Huessy (ICAS Fellow; President GeoStrategic Analysis; Senior Director Mitchell Institute)
Tong Kim (ICAS Fellow; Washington Correspondent and Columnist The Korea Times)
Larrry Niksch (ICAS Fellow; Senior Associate CSIS)



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Upcoming ICAS Programs
ICAS Youth Excellence Program Leadership Training Conference, April 11, 2017, Washington DC
ICAS Liberty Tennis Classic Spring, April 22, 2017, Ambler PA
ICAS Spring Symposium: The Korean Peninsula Issues and US National Security
May TBA, 2017


* 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.
 1.7 million Korean-Americas reside in the USA (Census 2010) .
 ICAS Liberty Foundation seeks to promote the cause of humanity, liberty, peace, prosperity and security through cultural, educational and research activities.



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