from: Sang Joo Kim       icas@ ICAS inc.org            www.ICAS inc.org
        ICAS


Invitation


to

ICAS Spring Symposium 2002 Washington D C
Humanity, Peace and Security

May 8, 2002 2:30 PM - 5:45 PM

U S Senate Hart Office Building Room 216

Capitol Hill, Washington D C 20510

 

Speakers (confirmed)

Peter T R Brookes (Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Affairs, Office of the Secretary of Defense, U S Department of Defense)
U S Security and Defence Policy in the East Asia: Issues and Challenges

Dennis Halpin  (Pearson Fellow, U S House of Representatives Committee on International Relations)
Human Rights Issues: South Korea   
       
Lawrence R Klein ( ICAS Distinguished Fellow; Benjamin Franklin Professor Economics Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania; Nobel Laureate in Economics)
The Estimation of China's Economic Growth Rate

Christopher LaFleur (Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, U S Department of State)
U S Foreign Policy in the East Asia:  Road to Peace in the Korean Peninsula

Yasuhiro Maehara (General Manager, Bank of Japan Chief Representatives Office in the Americas)
Japan's Economy: Issues and Prospects

Claudia Rosett (Editorial Board, The Wall Street Journal)
Human Rights Issues: North Korea

(list in progress)


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Convener:  Synja P Kim ( ICAS Fellow, President and Chairman)
Moderator: Sang Joo Kim ( ICAS Sr Fellow & Executive Vice President)


Acknowledgement:

Council for America My Country ( CAMC )
Hana Tour Courtesy Travel Inc
ICAS Liberty Golf Classic
ICAS Youth Excellence Programme
U S Senate

(list in progress)
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Upcoming ICAS Programmes

 

from: Sang Joo Kim
         ICAS

SAVE THE DATE


April           5, 2002     ICAS Youth Excellence Programme: Washington D C Educational Trip;  "Opening Young Minds"

May           8, 2002     ICAS Spring Symposium Washington D C;   "Humanity, Peace and Security"

June         23, 2002    ICAS Liberty Golf Classic PineCrest Country Club, Lansdale, PA 19446

August     10, 2002     ICAS Summer Symposium Philadelphia;  "Korean Diaspora"

October         2002     ICAS Fall Symposium Washington D C;  "Asia's/Koreas' Challenges Ahead"

December     2002     ICAS Annual Liberty Award Dinner   

March           2003      ICAS Youth Excellence Programme: Washington D C Educational Trip;  "Opening Young Minds"

May              2003      ICAS Spring Symposium Washington D C; "Humanity, Peace and Security"
 
August         2003      ICAS Summer Symposium Washington D C;  "Korean Diaspora"    

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veritas vos liberabit

Sang Joo Kim
Sr Fellow & Executive Vice President
Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc . ( ICAS )
965 Clover Court
Blue Bell, PA 19422
U S A

T: (610) 277 9989
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