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From Cradle to Grave: The Path of North Korean Innocents
Date and Time:
November 13, 2017 02:00 pm ~ November 13, 2017 03:30 pm
Location:
National Press Club Holeman Lounge 13th Floor Main Level 529 14th St., NW, Washington, DC 20045
Speakers:
Robert Collins, James Durand, George Hutchinson, Amanda Mortwedt Oh, Mark Tokola, and Greg Scarlatoiu
Host Organization:

 

Description:

AGENDA

Presenters:

Robert Collins, Author

Amanda Mortwedt Oh, Author

Discussants:

James Durand
Member of the Board of Directors, International Council of Korean Studies
Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Korean Studies 

George Hutchinson
Member of the Board of Directors, International Council of Korean Studies
Editor, International Journal of Korean Studies 

Mark Tokola
Vice President, Korea Economic Institute

Moderator: 
Greg Scarlatoiu
Executive Director, HRNK

Q&A

Closing Remarks

 

The event will be on the record. 

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