On May 25, 2021, the Sejong Institute co-hosted an international seminar with United States Institute of Peace (USIP) with the following details:
Theme｜ The Biden's Administration's North Korea Policy & Its Implications for the ROK-US Alliance: What's New and What's Challenging?
When｜2021 May 25th (Tuesday) 09:00-10:30 a.m. (KST) / May 24th (Monday) 08:00-09:30 p.m. (EST)
Moderator｜Haksoon Paik (President of the Sejong Institute)
Introductory Remarks｜Chung-in Moon (Chairman, Sejong Institute and Vice-Chair, APLN), Joseph Yun (Senior Advisor to the Asia Center, USIP, and Former US Ambassador to Malaysia)
Presenters｜Ki-jung Kim (President, Institute for
National Security Strategy), Bonb-Guen Jun (Professor, Korea
National Diplomatic Academy), Sanghyun Lee (Senior Researcher, The
Sejong Institute), Robert Einhorn (Senior Fellow, Arms
Control Initiative and Center for 21st Century Security and
Intelligence, Brookings Institution), Sue Mi Terry (Senior Fellow, Korea
Chair, CSISn), Frank Aum (Senior Expert on North
※ Attached are the event poster, program agenda and the final report.