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China-North Korea Relations: Parties, Politics and New Perspectives

2013 03 28  china-dprk iconJohn S. Park, an associate at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and MIT faculty fellow, speaks to progress and new developments in the relations between the DPRK and PRC. Dr. Park speaks to upticks in party relations, Kim Jong Un’s leadership and ties to China’s new leaders, growth in trade with and Chinese-style special economic zones in North Korea, and other changes.


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Thursday, March 28

5:00 PM | Registration
5:30 PM | Discussion

with


John S. Park, Associate, Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science & International Affairs; Junior Faculty Fellow, MIT Stanton

Moderated by Dr. Stephen Noerper, Senior Vice President, The Korea Society

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