ICAS  Spring Symposium Special

April 30, 2018   Monday   1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

US Senate Dirksen Office Building Room SD 562
First Street NE and Constitution Ave
Washington, DC 20002

Humanity, Liberty, Peace and Security

The Korean Peninsula Issues
and United States National Security*

12:30 PM Registration
Moderator Sang Joo Kim (ICAS Senior Fellow & Executive Vice President)
12:50 PM Welcome & Opening Remarks
Synja P Kim (ICAS Fellow, President and Chairman)
The Rodger's Battle Flag
1:00 PM Rachel Oswald (Foreign Policy Reporter, Congressional Quarterly, intro by Leena Jang)
The View from Washington on recent South Korean and Chinese Summits with Kim Jong Un and What They Forebode for President Trump
2:30 PM Dong Bok Lee ( Senior Research Fellow, New Asia Research Institute, Seoul, former member of National Assembly, Korea, intro by Chung Lee)
Suk Woo Kim (Former Vice Minister, National Unification, Korea)
The Trump-Kim Summit: A Road Map to the Tête-à-Tête
4:00 PM Oriana Skylar Mastro (ICAS Fellow; Assistant Professor, Security Studies, School of Foreign Service Georgetown University, intro by David Lee)
The Sino-US Relations and The Korean Peninsula Issues
5:30 PM Adjourn

MP3 Audio tape of the proceedings
Video 1 of the proceedings
Video 2 of the proceedings
Video 3 of the proceedings
Video 4 of the proceedings
Video 5 of the proceedings

Joseph Bosco (ICAS Fellow; East Asia Security Consultant; Office of Secretary of Defense retired)
William Brown (ICAS Fellow; Adjunct Professor School of Foreign Service Georgetown University)
Dennis Halpin (ICAS Fellow; Visiting Scholar SAIS JHU; former diplomat State Department)
Tong Kim (ICAS Fellow; Washington correspondent and columnist for The Korea Times )
David Maxwell (ICAS Fellow; Associate Director Security Studies Program Georgetown University)
Larry Niksch (ICAS Fellow; Senior Associate CSIS)
Memorandum: Evaluation of the Summit Meeting Between R.O.K. President Moon Jae-in and North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un

* as a public service pro bono publico
** ICAS designates this educational activity for continuing education/professional development for a maximum of 4.00 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.
 1.8 million Korean-Americas reside in the USA (Census 2015) .
 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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