The Asia Institute

&

The Arirang Institute

Present:

“North Korea: A Debate on Engagement Strategies”

North Korea has been an intractable problem for the international community for the last two decades, defying multiple initiatives and efforts to build confidence. Yet recently there have been major

geopolitical shifts in the region, and changes in the very paradigms used to conceive of security in East Asia. Those significant shifts hint at new potentials for serious engagement that have been echoed in discussions in government at the highest levels. This seminar will explore a variety of perspectives on engagement going forward.

 

Location: Korea University GSIS, Room 324

Date & Time: February 14, 2014, 3:00-5:00 PM

 

Panel:

Gen. Sohn Changrae
Visiting Professor
North Korean Studies University

 

Dr. Sokeel Park

Director of Research at LINK (Liberty in North Korea)

Rev. Tim Peters

Director of Helping Hands Korea)

Mr. Matthew Reichel
Founding Partner
The Pyongyang Project

Moderator:

Emanuel Pastreich

Director

The Asia Institute

 

RSVP: LAMMBRAU@ARIRANGINSTITUTE.ORG