September 8, 2010 — On August 13, The Asia Foundation’s Center for U.S.-Korea Policy and The Asan Institute for Policy Studies convened U.S. and ROK experts in Seoul for a symposium on regional security after the March 25 sinking of the South Korean corvette Cheonan.¬† Event details are also available at asaninst.org.
Session I: Post-Cheonan Regional Security: Where are we now?
Chair: HAHM Chaibong, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
ROK Perspective: Kim Taewoo, The Korea Institute for Defense Analyses
U.S. Perspective: Ralph Cossa, Pacific Forum CSIS
DPRK Perspective: PAIK Haksoon, The Sejong Institute
PRC Perspective: Drew Thompson, The Nixon Center
Session II: Post-Cheonan Regional Security: Where do we go from here?
Chair: Scott Snyder, Center for U.S.-Korea Policy
ROK Perspective: Lee Chung Min, Yonsei University
U.S. Perspective: Evans Revere, Albright Stonebridge Group
DPRK Perspective: Kevin Shepard, Pacific Forum CSIS
PRC Perspective: Kim Heungkyu, Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security