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“SPLINTERLANDS AND POSSIBLE SCENARIOS FOR THE KOREAN PENINSULA” John Feffer seminar at National Assembly
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“SPLINTERLANDS AND POSSIBLE SCENARIOS FOR THE KOREAN PENINSULA” John Feffer seminar at National Assembly

“SPLINTERLANDS AND POSSIBLE SCENARIOS FOR THE KOREAN PENINSULA” John Feffer seminar at National Assembly

Seminar at the Korean National Assembly

John Feffer

Director of Foreign Policy in Focus

John-Feffer

“Splinterlands and possible scenarios for the Korean Peninsula”

Thursday, November 2, 3-5 PM

Conference Room #11

Presented by:

 

The Tomorrow, the Korean Study Group on Democracy and the Welfare State, Foreign Policy in Focus and the Asia Institute

 

Opening Remarks:

 

Choo Mi-ae

Leader of the Minjoo Party

 

In Jaegeun

Minjoo Party member of National Assembly and co-chairman of the

Korean Study Group on Democracy and the Welfare State

 

Moderated by

Raekyung Lee, President of The Tomorrow

 

Comments by Kim Sang-jun

Professor Public Policy at Kyung Hee University

Member of The Tomorrow