[Open Lecture #5] East Asia From a Korean Perspective


Saturday, August 15, 2015 - 14:30


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On April 27th, the US and Japan agreed on the US-Japan Defense Cooperation Guidelines which defined the roles and cooperation between the US Military and Japan’s self-defence forces. The situation in East Asia has become more precarious due to the US-Japan Defense Cooperation Guidelines, the US request for THAAD deployment in Korea, and China’s use of Russian missiles. The International Strategy Center is presenting a lecture on how these developments impact the Korean Peninsula. English interpretation will be provided. 
Lecturer: Nam, Moon Hee
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Date: Saturday, August 15th at 2:30-5:00pm
Place: Seoul Citizen’s Hall at City Hall
Host: The International Strategy Center
Participation fee: 10,000KRW (Registration will be finalized upon payment)
Registration: Sign up at http://bit.ly/1OMKT51
Deadline: Please sign up by Friday, August 14th
FMI: email us at [email protected] or call General Secretary Jeong-eun Hwang at (010)-3643-5638