Exactly two weeks before Korea’s sixth Presidential election since democratization, Columbia University Professor Charles Armstrong addresses issues facing Korean voters, candidate positions, possible outcomes, and potential ramifications for Korea-U.S. relations. This lively and informative discussion is aimed at corporate, policy and media professionals keen for political analysis and a discussion of scenarios and impacts. Professor Armstrong is Director of the Center for Korean Research at Columbia University.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
8:15 AM | Registration & Light Breakfast
8:30 AM | Discussion
The Korean Presidential Elections: Forecasts and Factors
Dr. Charles Armstrong
Director of the Center for Korean Research, Columbia University
Moderated by Dr. Stephen Noerper
Senior Vice President, The Korea Society
This event is co-presented by the Center for Korean Research at Columbia University.
For more information, contact: Nikita Desai or call (212) 759-7525 ext. 355.