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    About KPAC

    The Korean Peninsula Affairs Center (KPAC) is an interdisciplinary research center within the Maxwell School’s Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs. KPAC, with support from the Pacific Century Institute, is committed to studying and addressing contemporary issues of public policy and governance affecting the Korean Peninsula. Through its global network of scholars and practitioners, KPAC encourages public discourse and enhances knowledge by hosting conferences, publishing relevant research, and educating undergraduate and graduate students through Korea-focused courses and academic exchanges. KPAC’s research reflects the diverse interests of its affiliated faculty, research fellows, and graduate students. Among these interests are public diplomacy, local and national government administration, foreign policy, economic policy, the environment, conflict resolution, North-South relations, and science engagement. KPAC aims to develop conversation, cooperation, and understanding regarding North and South Korea.

    Contact KPAC with questions, comments, or suggestions at KPAC@maxwell.syr.edu 

     

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    KPAC Director Stuart Thorson Co-Authors Study on International Internet Connectivity

    Donald P. and Margaret Curry Gregg Professor Stuart Thorson and  assistant professor of strategic communications at Kansas University Hyunjin Seo coauthored a study analyzing Internet connectivity worldwide. The research, published in the Journal of Communication  in 2012, examines data from  TeleGeography'

     
    Hazel Smith Event

    Hazel Smith Event

    Wednesday, October 3, 2012

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     Hazel Smith presents International Security and Humanitarian Principles: The United States and North Korea

     

     
    Reflections on the South Korean and US Elections

    Reflections on the South Korean and US Elections

    November 28, 2012 at 1 PM (reception to follow)

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    A Donald P and Margaret Curry Symposium: Reflections on South Korean and US Elections

    Eggers 220

     
    Silence Broken: Korean Comfort Women Screening

    Silence Broken: Korean Comfort Women Screening

    November 8, 2012

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     Silence Broken: Korean Comfort Women (35 mm. 88 min., 57 min. Beta SP,v  1999) is a powerful documentary about Korean women forced into sexual servitude
    by the Japanese Imperial Military during World War II. For more information on Comfort Women please see our brief explanation: here.

     
    Implications of Leadership Change in North Korea Symposium

    Implications of Leadership Change in North Korea Symposium

    Discussion of the future of North Korea after the death of Kim Jong Il.

     
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