The ICAS Bulletin
Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc.
August 13, 1999 Friday 7:00 PM
Dol Go Chon Korean Restaurant (215) 887-5527
1907 Cheltenham Avenue, Elkins Park, PA 19027
*RINN SUP SHINN
Foreign Affairs Analyst, Foreign Affairs and National Defense Division,
Congressional Research Service, U.S. Library of Congress, Washington.
to deliver an ICAS Lecture on
||ean Peninsula Issues:|
|"Sunshine Policy" and North Korea|
Japan's Posture and China's Sensitivity
U. S. Interests
|Young Hwan Choi||(U.S. Army veteran)|
|Sahang Hee Hahn||(student, 10th grade)|
|Il Hwan Kim||(entrepreneur)|
|Ung Kyu Park||(minister)|
|Chung Ki Paik||(essayist )|
* Rinn Sup Shinn
- covering North-South Korea and Japanese politics.
- As co-author, contributed "political" chapters to over 40 volumes
of area handbooks/country studies (U. S. Government Printing Office),
including U.S. Army Area Handbook for Korea, 1964, 595 p.; Rinn-Sup Shinn,
et al, Area Handbook for North Korea, 1969, 481 p.; Nena Vreeland and
Rinn-Sup Shinn, Area Handbook for North Korea, 1976, 394 p.; Frederica M.
Bunge, North Korea, A Country Study, 1981, 306 p.; Frederica M. Bunge, et al,
Japan, A Country Study, 1982, 491 p. Among the reports prepared for U.S.
Congress are: North Korea: Policy Determinants, Alternative Outcomes, U.S.
Policy Approaches, 93-612 F, June 24, 1993, 22 p.; South Korea Under Kim
Young Sam: Trends, Nuclear and Other Issues, 94-599 F, July 27, 1994, 21 p.;
Japan's Foreign Affairs Establishment, 96-405 F, May 6, 1996, 28 p.; South
Korea's Public Opinion and Electoral Politics: Impact on Its North Korea
Policy, January 16, 1997, 6 p; and South Korea: "Sunshine Policy"
and Its Political Context, May 27, 1999, RL30188, 29 p.