[September 11, 2018] Panel Talk “Post Trump-Kim Summit: What is the next step?”

Soh Jaipil Circle:

Panel Talk
“Post Trump-Kim Summit: What is the next step?”

“North Korea Issue: Three-Level Games”
Dr. Sanghyun Lee
Senior Researcher, Sejong Institute; President, Korea Nuclear Policy Society

“The Fate of Nuclear Weapons in North Korea”
Professor Yong-sup Han
Former Vice President, Korea National Defense University; Former President, Korea Nuclear Policy Society

“A Paradigm Shift: Reverse-Kissinger Strategy”
Professor Youngjun Kim
Professor, Korea National Defense University; Research Director, Korea Nuclear Policy Society

Moderated by
Professor Immanuel Kim
The George Washington University

Tuesday, September 11, 2018
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Lindner Family Commons
The George Washington University
1957 E St. NW, Room 602, Washington, DC 20052

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About Sanghun Lee
Dr. Sanghyun Lee is a senior researcher of the Sejong Institute, a leading Think Tank in the Republic of Korea. He served as Director-General for Policy Planning at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He is the President of the Korea Nuclear Policy Society.

About Yong-sup Han
Professor Yong-sup Han is a former Vice President of the Korea National Defense University and a former director of the Research Institute of National Security Affairs. He was the former President of the Korea Nuclear Policy Society and served as a main negotiator to North Korea for arms control for many years.

About Youngjun Kim
Professor Youngjun Kim of the Korea National Defense University is the author of Origins of the North Korean Garrison State: People’s Army and the Korean War published by Routledge in 2017. He is a member of Commanders’ Strategic Shaping Board (CSSB) for the ROK-US Combined Forces Commander and a research director of the Korea Nuclear Policy Society.

About Immanuel Kim
Immanuel Kim is Korea Foundation and Kim-Renaud Associate Professor of Korean Literature and Culture Studies. Prior to working at the George Washington University, he was Assistant Professor in the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies at Binghamton University (SUNY). Dr. Kim received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Riverside. He is an authority on North Korean literature and film and is the author of a recent book on North Korean literature, Rewriting Revolution: Women, Sexuality, and Memory in North Korean Fiction (University of Hawaii Press, 2018).

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