Engage Korea

The first Engage Korea conference was at Merton College Oxford in 2013. LKL reported from it here. Last year the conference went across the pond to Harvard. This year, they’re back in England: Engage Korea 2015 Saturday, 12 December 2015 from 09:00 to 18:00 University of Cambridge Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences […]

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Engage Korea conference – a welcome perspective on North Korea

by Philip Gowman 19 May 2013
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When is a good time to hold a conference on engaging with North Korea? When the organisers set the date for the 4 May conference they couldn’t possibly have known the heightened level of tension that the peninsula was going to go through in the early months of 2013. Mainstream press coverage has veered from […]

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Engage Korea conference at Oxford: How can the international community effectively engage North Korea?

by Events Editor 10 April 2013
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How do you engage with a country that says it can’t guarantee the safety of diplomatic staff in its own capital, and warns foreigners in its southern neighbour to go home? Is aggressive enough to threaten to reduce its opponents to a sea of fire, yet sensitive enough to complain that its dignity has been […]

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