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The ICAS Lecture

Friday, August 13, 1999 7:00 PM

Dol Go Chon Korean Restaurant (215-887-5527)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Rinn-Sup Shinn
Foreign Affairs Analyst, Foreign Affairs and National Defence Division, Congressional Research Service, U. S. Library of Congress, Washington

The Korean Peninsula Issues:
"Sunshine Policy" and North Korea
Japan's Posture and China's Sensitivity
U. S. Interests

ModeratorSang Joo Kim (ICAS Senior Fellow)
7: 00 PM Dinner
7: 35 PM Welcome and Remarks
Synja P. Kim (ICAS Fellow & President, ICAS)
7: 40 PM Announcement
7: 45 PM Introduction
7: 50 PM Address -- Rinn-Sup Shinn
8: 15 PM Discussants -- Young Hwan Choi, Sahang Hee Hahn, Il Hwan Kim, Chung Ki Paik, Ung Kyu Park
8: 40 PM Questions & Answers
10: 30 PM Adjourn
Acknowledgement: This programme was made possible, in part, by generous contributions from the following donors.

Commerce Bank North Penn Office, Michael M Kang, Il Hwan Kim, David H. Oh, Young K Park

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Brookings Institution, Deutsche Bank Group Asia Pacific , Fulbright International, Inc., General Motors China Group, Moody's Investor's Service, Samsung Electronics China, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS), WEFA Group, SEI Asset Korea
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The Korean Peninsula Issues: "Sunshine Policy" and North Korea; Japan's Posture and China's Sensitivity; U. S. Interests

Biographic Sketch: Rinn-Sup Shinn


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