|April 10, 2018|
Foreign Policy Reporter
The View from Washington on recent South Korean and Chinese Summits
with Kim Jong Un and What They Forebode for President Trump
ICAS Spring Symposium Special
The Korean Peninsula Issues
and US National Security
April 30, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Senate Dirksen Office Building Room SD 562
United States Senate
First Street NE and Constitution Ave
Capitol Hill, Washington DC 20002
We are pleased to share with you that Rachel Oswald will address on "The View from Washington on recent South Korean and Chinese Summits with Kim Jong Un and What They Forebode for President Trump" at the ICAS Spring Symposium Special in Washington, DC.
Rachel is Congressional Quarterly's foreign policy reporter, where she has worked since 2014, covering the intersection of Congress and foreign affairs. Prior to that, Rachel spent five years at National Journal's Global Security Newswire covering nuclear weapons issue. She traveled to Seoul for an in-depth report on the likelihood of South Korea pursuing its own nuclear deterrent if the North Korean crisis worsens. That report can be read here: https://info.cq.com/resources/cq-magazine04092018/.
Rachel is a two-time fellow of the Pulitzer Center and a past fellow of the International Reporting Project, the Japan Foreign Press Center, and the National Endowment for Democracy. She has reported from Japan, Austria, Russia, Kazakhstan, and the Dominican Republic.
In her free time, Rachel serves as the vice chair of the National Press Club's Press Freedom Committee.