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Title Research outcome and knowledge sharing
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Date 2020-06
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 KDI School of Public Policy and Management



 



 



대미 지식·정책 공공외교의 현 주소와 개선방안 연구성과 공유세미나 (Sep. 3, 2020)



 



 



 



 



 Johns Hopkins University SAIS : Korea Studies



 



 



The 1919 March first movement & the birth of modern Korea (Mar. 8, 2019) * Video



Korea in Asia: Expanding Trade and Security Relations with ASEAN and India (Sep. 25, 2019) * Video 1 / Video 2 / Video 3



Critical Korean Oral History Project (Oct. 25 - Dec. 12, 2019)



ROK-Japan Relations in Light of the 1965 Normalization Agreement (Scheduled for 2020)



Korea in Asia Conference at SAIS (Scheduled for 2020)



A Reexamination of Kwangju Conference at SAIS (Scheduled for 2020)



Kwangju Critical Oral History Conference in Washington DC (Scheduled for 2020)



 



 



 



 



 George Washington University Institute for Korean Studies



 



 



[Korea-US. Policy Dialogue]



 



Proceedings of Korea-U.S policy dialogue : Trade protectionism: How will it change our world? (Jan 10, 2020) * Report





 



 



[Korea Policy Forum]



 



Next Steps in the U.S.-Korea Economic Relations (Sep. 12, 2019)



The Korean Democracy and the Party Politics (Sep. 20, 2019)



 * This event was a closed-door round table discussion



U.S.-China Strategic Rivalry and the Korean Peninsula (Oct. 1, 2019)



Prospects for a Nuclear Deal with North Korea (Oct. 14, 2019)  * Video



Nuclear and Conventional Arms Control on the Korean Peninsula (Nov. 4, 2019)



The Crisis that Has Defied Five Presidents: Covering the North Korean Nuclear Program for Three Decades (Dec. 6, 2019)



Korean Politics 2020 – Korean Security Issues and Challenges (Jan. 29, 2020)



Energy Cooperation between Korea and the U.S. (Feb. 14, 2020)



South Korea’s National Assembly Elections: Prospects of New Political Geography and Foreign Policy (Apr. 20, 2020) * Video



South Korea’s Response to the Corona Virus: Public Health, ICT, and Economic Measures (Apr. 23, 2020) * Video



Post-Pandemin U.S.-South Korea Economic Cooperation (Jun. 29, 2020)



 



 



[The North Korea Economic Forum]



 



The North Korean Economy, and Its Future: Change vs. The Status Quo (Sep. 27, 2019) * Video





 



 



[GWIKS Lecture series] 



 



Curative Violence: How to Inhabit the Time Machine with Disability (Sep. 19, 2019)



 



 



[GWIKS North Korea Program]  



 



[Oct 12-Nov 18, 2020] Apply and Information



 



Between Sovereignty and Industry: A History of the North Korean State (Oct 12, 2020)



How Kim Jong-un Controls a Crisis: What Do We Know About North Korean Command and

Control of Its Armed Forces (Oct 12, 2020)



North Korea’s Relationship with China and Its Foreign Policy (Oct 19, 2020)



Inter-Korean relations at Crossroad (Oct 19, 2020)



America’s Korea Policy: A Diplomat’s Perspective (Oct 19, 2020)



North Korea’s Nuclear Program (Oct 28, 2020)



North Korea’s Economy in the Midst of Tight U.N. Sanctions (Nov 2, 2020)



Shifts in North Korean Literature and Film (Nov 4, 2020)



The Role of Human Rights in Policy Toward North Korea (Nov 9, 2020)



Inside North Korea and the People’s Daily Life (Nov 12, 2020)



Negotiating with North Koreans (Nov 16, 2020)





 



[Oct 22- Nov 21, 2019] Information



 



Between Sovereignty and Industry: A History of the North Korean State (Oct. 24, 2019)



How Kim Jong-un Controls a Crisis: What Do We Know About North Korean Command and Control of Its Armed Forces (Oct. 29, 2019)



North Korea’s Relationship with China and Its Foreign Policy (Nov. 2, 2019)



North Korea’s Nuclear Program (Nov. 5, 2019)



North Korea’s Economy in the Midst of Tight UN Sanctions (Nov. 7, 2019)



Shifts in North Korean Literature and Film (Nov. 12, 2019)



North Korea’s Theory & Practice of Human Rights: Past and Presents  (Nov. 14, 2019)



Inside North Korea and the People’s Daily Life (Nov. 19, 2019)



Negotiating with North Koreans  (Nov. 21, 2019)



 



 



 



 



 Freie Universität Berlin : Korean Studies



 



 



[Korea Focus] 



 



(Introduction) Korea Focus is an irregular publication of the Institute of Korean Studies at Freie Universität Berlin that is issued as part of the Institute’s Korea-Europe Programme. It is a research and training project launched in January 2020 with financial support from the KDI School of Public Policy and Management’s public diplomacy project.  The publication aims to serve as a platform for presenting research findings capable of fostering a comprehensive understanding of political, economic, and socio-cultural affairs in both North and South Korea. It also provides in-depth analyses of international political developments regarding the Korean peninsula and, finally, offering a forum for discussions about measures conducive to peace on the Korean peninsula. It is our hope and expectation that through a series of working papers introducing the outcomes of academic research and briefing papers offering current policy and political analyses Korea Focus will make a unique and essential contribution to the European discourse on Korea.



 



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(Working Paper No. 1) South Korea’s soft power in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic : An analysis of the expert survey in Europe



(Working Paper No. 2) Female Mentors and Peers: A Heterogeneity Analysis of Gender Gaps in Attitudes towards STEM in South Korea



(Working Paper No. 3) Being Korean and Living in Korea: An Experimental Analysis of North Korean Refugees´Identities and Social Behaviors



(Working Paper No. 4) Public Perception at the Crossroads : COVID-19 and the Media Depiction of EU Countries in South Korea



(Working Paper No. 5) The Korean Wave Celebrity and the Birth of the K-drama Conglomerate



(Working Paper No. 6) Educating and Teaching Students in Europe about the issue of “Comfort Women”