Developments in the Korean Peninsula

29 Jul 2018 10.30 AM - 31 Jul 2018 4.30 PM
Seoul
SPEAKER(s)
Rocky Intan

Rocky Intan joined CSIS in January 2014. His research mainly concerns geopolitical developments and global political economy in Southeast Asia and the Asia-Pacific. He has been involved in numerous research projects such as the South-South Triangular Cooperation (SSTC), Human Security in Southeast Asia, ...

Yose Rizal Damuri

Yose Rizal Damuri, Head of the Department of Economics, Center for Strategic and International Studies. His research activities focus on international trade, regional integration and globalization of value chain. He is active in several research and advisory networks both in Indonesia and in East Asia, ...

CSIS Lecture Series on Regional Dynamics
 
Developments in the Korean Peninsula
 
The first quarter of 2018 has seen drastic developments on the Korean Peninsula. North Korea is pursuing its nuclear and missile programs in defiance of U.N. Security Council sanctions and has made no secret of its plans to develop a missile capable of hitting the U.S. mainland. In March, US President’s decision to agree to North Korea's planned summits, possibly to take place in May, with South Korea and US has surprised many, and has thus far been followed up with a flurry of diplomatic activity spanning Asia, US, and Europe. Will 2018 be the year we witness a progress towards a peaceful resolution?

Speaker
David Cortright
Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
Keough School of Global Affairs
 
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Venue:  CSIS Meeting Room #542
 
Please be seated 10 minutes before the lecture starts
 
 
About the Lecture Series
 
CSIS Lecture Series on Regional Dynamics is one of the latest initiatives by CSIS’ recently reinvigorated Department of International Relations. This is a regular event that aims to broaden interests amongst policy makers, intellectuals and diplomatic community for the rapidly evolving dynamics in East Asia, as well as to generate critical yet constructive policy debates on prominent issues in the region. Our current focus on Regional Dynamics is an expanded version from our earlier China Study Group program.
 
Previous distinguished speakers include: Yan Xuetong (Tsinghua University), David Shambaugh (George Washington University), Bill Hayton (Asia Program of Chatham House), Greg Poling (Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative) and Ambassador Huang Xilian (China’s Mission to ASEAN).
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