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[Are We Accepting North Korea as a Nuclear Power?]
[November 4th, 2013]
The East Asia Foundation hosted the 20th EAF seminar on November 4th. The invited speaker, Mr. Joel S. Wit, a visiting scholar at the SAIS US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins, presented on North Korea in a lecture titled, “Are We Accepting North Korea as a Nuclear Power?”
The East Asia Foundation holds the 21st EAF Seminar.
The East Asia Foundation hosts the 21st EAF Seminar dated on December. 2nd 2013. In our twenty first seminar, we invite Ms. Jean Lee (Senior Correspondent for the AP, former Chief of the AP’s Pyongyang Bureau), who will be speaking about “Daily Life in North Korea under Kim Jong Un Era” We welcome you all to attend it. For further details, please refer to the attachment below.
EAF Internship Program for the 1st Half of 2014
The East Asia Foundation is pleased to announce EAF Internship Program for the 1st half of 2014. It is expected that many qualified people who are interested in EAF’s activities apply for this program.
The East Asia Foundation holds the 20th EAF Seminar.
The East Asia Foundation hosts the 20th EAF Seminar dated on November. 4th 2013. In our twentieth seminar, we invite Mr. Joel S. Wit (Visiting Scholar, US-Korea Institute at SAIS), who will be speaking about "Are We Accepting North Korea as a Nuclear Power?" We welcome you all to attend it. For further details, please refer to the attachment below.
The East Asia Foundation holds the 19th EAF Seminar.
The East Asia Foundation hosts the 19th EAF Seminar dated on September. 6th 2013. In our nineteenth seminar, we invite Prof. James A. Thomson (President Emeritus, Rand Corporation), who will be speaking about “The US Congress, Defense Budget Cut, and Implications for Asia-Pacific.”
'Nationalism is Northeast Asia's main challenge'
- The Korea Herald By Song Sang-ho
[June 16, 2013]
China's increasing assertiveness and Japan's sense of insecurity would further spur nationalism in Northeast Asia, hampering the region from achieving huge potential gains from mutual cooperation, a renowned foreign policy analyst said.
Global Asia aims to be leading diplomacy journal
- The Korea Times By Nam Hyun-woo
[Apr 14, 2013]
Prof. Moon Chung-in, the editor-in-chief of a Seoul-based quarterly journal, Global Asia, said he aims to make the journal a top-tier international affairs magazine. “Many people now refer to Global Asia as the Foreign Affairs of Asia. With the economic and geopolitical influence of Asia growing year by year, I can only imagine the day when the tables will be turned and people will refer to Foreign Affairs as the Global Asia of America,” he said.
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