On the 20th Anniversary of the signing of the 1994 US-DPRK Agreed Framework, the US-Korea Institute at SAIS invites you to join us in a special program to remember the 1994 North Korean nuclear crisis, which brought about this historic agreement, and discussion of policy options for the US, South Korea and Japan for dealing with North Korea’s nuclear and WMD programs now and in the future.
- Stephen Bosworth, Chairman, US-Korea Institute at SAIS, former KEDO Executive Director, US Ambassador to Republic of Korea
- Robert Gallucci, former Ambassador At-Large and Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs
- Sung-Joo Han,Chairman, International Policy Studies Institute of Korea (IPSIKOR), former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea
- James Laney, former US Ambassador to Republic of Korea
- Yukio Takeuchi, former Justice, Supreme Court of Japan, former Vice Foreign Minister, Japan
- Thomas Hubbard, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and US Ambassador to the Republic of Korea
- Dan Poneman, former Senior Director for Non-Proliferation and Export Controls, National Security Council and Deputy Secretary of Energy
- Gary Samore, Executive Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, White House Coordinator for Arms Control and Weapons of Mass Destruction
- General Gary E. Luck, former Commander-in-Chief, United Nations Command (Korea)/Combined Forces Command/US Forces Korea
And moderated by Joel S. Wit, Senior Fellow, US-Korea Institute at SAIS, former Agreed Framework Coordinator
This program is free and open to the public and press. For more information to RSVP, visit here.
USKI Visiting Scholar Niv Farago‘s “How Washington Should Respond to ISIS in Iraq: The Iran Factor,” was published by the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs. In this article, Farago analyzes US and Iranian interests and offers policy recommendations in advancing US strategy in Iraq.
Read the full article, “How Washington Should Respond to ISIS in Iraq: The Iran Factor.”
The U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS and the Sejong Society of Washington, DC are pleased to announce the inaugural publication of the Young Professionals Paper Series (YPPS). Launched under the Research Directorate of the Sejong Society, YPPS is an initiative designed to generate original policy literature by young professionals and graduate students on issues relating to the Korean peninsula. The program provided participants with the unique opportunity to be mentored by established Korea policy experts throughout the research and writing process, and to ultimately be published in cooperation with the U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS.
To download the publication and learn more about YPPS, visit our Young Professionals Paper Series page.
The US-Korea Institute at SAIS is currently seeking 1-2 Communications interns. Tasks will include such activities as web content management/updates (multiple websites), social media management, media tracking, writing media advisories and event briefs, email newsletter management, event material preparation, and more.
A successful candidate should have superior writing and editing skills (in English), some copywriting experience a plus, with an eye for design, and should have some experience in the following programs: Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator; WordPress (or other web content management systems); social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn (forums).
USKI internships are unpaid and interns are expected to work at least 4 days a week.
To apply, please email cover letter, resume and short writing sample to Jenny Town, Assistant Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Only those chosen for interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.