[KS] North and South Korean Strategies for Reunification during the Cold War

James Person jfperson at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 16 09:07:19 EDT 2007

North and South Korean Strategies for Re-unification during the Cold War: New Revelations from the ArchivesSponsored by the North Korea International Documentation Project (NKIDP)Friday, July 20, 20073:00 â   4:00 p.m.Reception to follow Woodrow Wilson CenterFifth floorFeaturing:Meung-Hoan Noh, Bernd Schafer, Miryang Youn, Kihl-Jae Ryoo Moderator:Christian Ostermann, Director, North Korea International Documentation ProjectPanelists:Meung-Hoan Noh, Director, Institute of History and Culture, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Republic of KoreaKorea
from the Perspective of West German Ostpolitik: Korean South-North
Relations on the basis of West German Archival Materials 1969-74Bernd Schäfer, Research Fellow, German Historical Institute in Washington and CWIHP Senior Research ScholarChinaâ  s Coattails and North Korean Over-Confidence: Pyongyangâ  s Korean Unification Drive between 1971 and 1975 Commentator:Miryang Youn, Woodrow Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar,Deputy Director General, Office of South-North Dialogue, Ministry of Unification, Republic of KoreaKihl-Jae Ryoo, Woodrow Wilson Center Visiting Scholar, Associate Professor, University of North Korean Studies, Republic of KoreaTo RSVP acceptance or to receive further information, visit www.wilsoncenter.org/nkidp or e-mail nkidp at wilsoncenter.org. A photo ID is required for entry into the building. For a map and directions to the Woodrow Wilson Center, please visit our website at www.wilsoncenter.org.James F. PersonCoordinatorNorth Korea International Documentation Project (NKIDP)Program AssociateHistory and Public Policy ProgramWoodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NWWashington, DC  20004-3027202-691-4305 / 202-691-4001http://www.wilsoncenter.org/nkidp
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