California Club, Los Angeles, CA

OFF-SITE EVENT - A Peninsula Divided: North Korea and Security in East Asia

An off-site discussion hosted by the The Pacific Council. For any questions and to register, please contact them directly.

A breakfast discussion on security issues and tensions on the Korean Peninsula in the wake of North Korea's continued nuclear development. This event is presented in partnership with the Wilson Center

What is the current security situation on the Korean Peninsula? How is U.S. policy impacted by China’s relationship with North Korea? How will South Korea choose to deal with its northern neighbor should they continue to test and develop their nuclear arsenal?

 

Featuring:

Dr. David Kang, Professor of International Relations and Business, University of Southern California

David C. Kang is Professor of International Relations and Business at the University of Southern California. He is also Director of USC Korean Studies Institute and Director of the USC Center for International Studies.

Dr. James Person, Deputy Director, History and Public Policy Program, Wilson Center

James F. Person is the Deputy Director for the History and Public Policy Program and coordinator of the Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy at the Wilson Center.

Speakers

  • James Person

    Global Fellow
    Professor of Korean Studies and Asia Programs, JHU SAIS; Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Institute, SAIS