ICAS Liberty Foundation
ICAS Spring Symposium
Humanity, Liberty, Peace and Security
The Korean Peninsula Issues**
and US National Security
May 10 2013 Friday 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Rayburn Office Building Room B318
United States House of Representatives
Capitol Hill Washington DC 20515
Chair : Synja P Kim (ICAS Fellow, President and Chairman)
Moderator: Sang Joo Kim (ICAS Sr Fellow & Executive Vice President)
Joseph Bosco (National security consultant; Senior Associate CSIS; former OSD official, Pentagon)
China's Role in the Korean Peninsula Issues
Steven Bucci (Director, Douglas & Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies, Heritage Found)
The East Asian Security Environment and US Foreign Policy
Robert R. King (Ambassador & Special Envoy for North Korea Human Rights Issues, US State Dept)
North Korea's Human Rights Issues
(list in formation)
*as a public service pro bono publico
**ICAS designates this educational activity for continuing education/professional development for a maximum of 3:00 hours credit commensurate with the extent of actual participation.
ICAS is not an agent of any government and/or a foreign principal, and solely supported by voluntary contributions.
ICAS is the "Go-to-Place" of the first order for American affairs, Korean affairs, Korean-American affairs, and international/Washington relations.
1.7 million Korean-Americans reside in the USA. (Census 2010)
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
ICAS Spring Symposium - The Korean Peninsula Issues** and US National Security
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