The talk will examine the knowledge sharing engagement with North Korea in the last ten years of the Canada-DPRK Knowledge Partnership Program (KPP). It will explore the results of engagement in terms of types of activities, channels, its impact, as well as the motives of North Korea, which led to these engagement activities. The talk will also discuss the implications of these engagement efforts for future relations with Pyongyang.
Beyond Hard Power: Ten Years of Academic Engagement with North Korea, Pyongyang’s Motives and its Implications
Thursday, November 12, 2020 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm
Kyung-Ae Park - Director, Canada-DPRK Knowledge Partnership Program (KPP)
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