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Special Roundtable on Korea and the US Presidential Campaigns

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In July 25, 2016 - The general theme of the round table will be Korea, the US Presidential Campaigns, and Rising Tensions on the Peninsula.

We welcome Sang Sin LEE, a research fellow from the Korea Institute for National Unification; the Hon. Jin PARK, President. Asia Future Institute; President Jinwook CHOI of the Korea Institute for National Unification (KINU); and Professor Hyun-Wook KIM of the Korea National Diplomatic Academy.

Dr. Jin Park will speak to Korea and the Clinton and Trump campaigns, President Choi to ROK policy toward the DPRK, Professor Kim to ROK-US relations, and Dr. Lee to ROK public perceptions of North Korea.



Special Roundtable on Korea and the US Presidential Campaigns 


Sang Sin Lee        
A research fellow from the Korea Institute for National Unification

Hon. Jin Park        
President, Asia Future Institute

Jinwook Choi       
President, Korea Institute for National Unification (KINU)

Hyun-Wook Kim   
Professor, Korea National Diplomatic Academy

 

 

 

If you have any questions, please contact Nikita Desai or (212) 759-7525, ext. 355.


 

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