NORTH KOREAN STUDIES
[Webcast] "North Korea in a Nutshell"
September 28, 2021, 10:00 am EDT to 11:00 am EDT
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This event is hosted by the Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI). The description is as follows:
“North Korea is one of the world’s most opaque countries. While its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile tests draw headlines around the world, significantly less is known about the principles that drive North Korean foreign policy, the social controls the regime uses to dominate the population, and the role of ideology in education. “North Korea in a Nutshell: A Contemporary View” by Dr. Kongdan “Katy” Oh and Dr. Ralph Hassig attempts to shed light on these and other aspects of the North Korean state and society.
KEI will host a discussion with Dr. Kongdan “Katy” Oh on North Korea’s military, foreign policy, economy, and society. Dr. Oh is an independent analyst with more than thirty years of experience working on issues related to North Korea with the RAND Corporation and the Institute for Defense Analyses.”
[Panel Discussion] International Conference on North Korean Studies
October 14, 2021, 9:30 am KST
This event is hosted by the Yonsei Institute for North Korean Studies (YINKS). The description is as follows:
"In honor of the 20 year anniversary of the establishment of YINKS, we are pleased to present the 1st North Korean Review Conference on North Korean Studies. As a leading research institute in the field, we have made a special effort in forming panels of distinguished scholars from around the world to present research on North Korean studies that is aimed at igniting fresh discussion of a country that is consistently one of the most important issues of international politics. We cordially invite all those interested to join us for this undoubtedly informative and insightful event."
[Webcast] What Makes a Great Korean Analyst?
November 4, 2021, 12:00 pm EDT to 1:00 pm EDT
This event is hosted by The Korea Society. The description is as follows:
"Council on Foreign Relations Director of the Program on US-Korea Policy and Senior Fellow Scott A. Snyder and Atlantic Council Senior Fellow and former U.S. National Intelligence Officer for North Korea Markus Garlauskas join Senior Director Stephen Noerper and Policy Director Joanthan Corrado for a discussion of the latest developments on and around the Korean Peninsula and thoughts on how media, members, and analysts current and aspiring might best hone skills and insights on Korea. Two of the nation’s premier analysts, Snyder and Garlauskas speak to tropes, prejudice and generalizations that stymy sound analysis and suggest ways to approach Peninsular affairs anew."