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Special Session on the Security Challenges on the Korean Peninsula - Discusion: “Looking at the Rationale Driving the U.S. Approach to North Korea”





Special Session on the Security Challenges on the Korean Peninsula: “Looking at the Rationale Driving the U.S. Approach to North Korea”


February 27, 2018, 10:00-12:00
Conference Hall, KFAS


On February 27, Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies hosted a Special Session on the Security Challenges on the Korean Peninsula inviting Dr. John Park, Director of Korea Working Group at the Harvard Kennedy School.  Titled “Looking at the Rationale Driving the U.S. Approach to North Korea,” the session was an opportunity to hear Dr. Park’s observations on the changes in U.S. policy towards North Korea following last year’s ICBM tests that threatened to reach the American homeland.  Attended by more than two hundred people, the event also included a discussion with three renowned Korean professors in related fields.


In the discussion that followed, Dr. Park was joined by Profs. Lee Geunwook (Sogang University), Lee Dong Sun (Korea University), and Song Jiyeoun (Seoul National University).  The panels talked about the role of China in the North Korea-U.S. relations, the prospect of war breaking out on the Korean peninsula, and the efficiency of ‘talks,’ among many other issues.  Then the panelists answered questions from the audience.


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