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Korean Unification: Possibility and Desirability
October 6, 2015 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sue Mi Terry (Columbia University; Managing Director, Bower Group Asia, Korea; Former CIA analyst): The Role of Regional Interests in Unification
Evans Revere (Brookings Institution, Non Resident Senior Fellow): America’s Stake in Unification
Alastair Smith (Professor, New York University): Dealing with Dictators
Roh Jeong-Ho (Director, Center for Korean Legal Studies and Lecturer-in-Law, Columbia University): Evolution of the Korean Question: Independence, Sovereignty and Unification
Lee Chae-Jin (Bank of America Professor of Pacific Basin Studies and Professor of Government, Claremont McKenna College.): In Search of Korean Unification: Models and Prospects
For more information please contact: Alastair.Smith@nyu.edu. RSVP not essential but it will save time. Visitors need a government issued ID (drivers license for instance) to enter NYU buildings.