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North Korean Summitry

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UC San Diego

School of Global Policy and Strategy Classroom 3201

CA 92037

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Developments on the Korean peninsula have been driven forward by a succession of unexpected summits between North Korea and South Korea, China and the U.S. Moreover, President Trump has signaled his willingness to hold a second bilateral summit as well. Yet summits may or may not yield breakthroughs unless matched by more sustained diplomacy at lower levels. What would it take to get to a U.S.-DPRK nuclear or wider deal and is such a prospect even likely? Join us for a panel discussion to answer these questions.

Panelists:

  • Ki-jung Kim, Yonsei University
  • Jeffrey Lewis, Professor, Middlebury Institute of International Studies, Monterey
  • Susan Shirk, Professor and Chair of the 21st Century China Center, GPS UC San Diego
  • Stephan Haggard, Professor and Director of the Korea-Pacific Program, GPS UC San Diego (moderator)

This event is sponsored by GPS's Korea-Pacific Program and cosponsored by the GPS 21st Century China Center, Pacific Century Institute and the Asia Research Fund.

Location: School of Global Policy and Strategy Classroom 3201 (directions). Closest parking will be at the Pangea Parking Structure (Pangea Drive at N. Torrey Pines Rd.) A parking permit is required and can be purchased at the pay stations.

Questions? Contact Lisa Lee.

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