Film, Video The U.S.-China Relationship and North Korea

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The U.S.-China Relationship and North Korea
A panel of experts moderated by most recent Library of Congress Chair in U.S.-China Relations Carla Freeman discussed the likely outcomes of recent missile tests, the impact of increased competition between the U.S. and China, as well as prospects for the Biden Administration to reduce tensions in the region.
Event Date
April 08, 2021
-  John Park is director of the Korea Project at the Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center. He is also a faculty affiliate with the Project on Managing the Atom. Park's core research projects focus on the political economy of the Korean peninsula, nuclear proliferation, economic statecraft, Asian trade negotiations, and North Korean cyber activities. Park was the 2012-2013 Stanton Nuclear Security Junior Faculty Fellow at MIT's Security Studies Program. He previously directed Northeast Asia Track 1.5 dialogues at the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C.
-  Evans Revere is senior advisor with the Albright Stonebridge Group, providing strategic advice to clients with a specific focus on Korea, China and Japan. He is also a nonresident senior fellow with the Center for East Asia Policy Studies at the Brookings Institute. From 2007 to 2010, Revere served as president and CEO of The Korea Society. Fluent in Chinese, Korean and Japanese, Revere retired from the U.S. foreign service in 2007 after a distinguished career as one of the U.S. Department of State's top Asia experts. He won numerous awards during his career, which included service as the principal deputy assistant secretary and acting assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, and deputy chief of mission and charge d'affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Seoul.
-  Yun Sun is a senior fellow and co-director of the East Asia program and director of the China program at the Stimson Center. Her expertise is in Chinese foreign policy, U.S.-China relations and China's relations with neighboring countries and authoritarian regimes. From 2011 to early 2014, she was a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution, jointly appointed by the Foreign Policy Program and the Global Development Program, where she focused on Chinese national security decision-making processes and China-Africa relations.
-  Carla Freeman directs the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Foreign Policy Institute and is associate Research professor in China Studies. She conducts research on Chinese foreign and domestic policy with a focus on regional dynamics, including China and its periphery, nontraditional security and China's role in international organizations. Freeman was 2020 Library of Congress Chair in U.S.-China Relations.
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39 minutes 24 seconds
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