During April 11-13, 2023, the Korea Project will convene the 4th Korean Security Summit at Harvard. Our theme of “Korea – An Oracle of Global Trends” continues the exploration of how quickly various Korea-related functional issues play out with global implications. This year, we'll be providing unique Korea-connected insights into global trends ranging from bolstering deterrence to navigating increasing control of critical technologies like chips to curbing cybercriminals' revenue generation from crypto theft. On Day 1, we'll have Opening Remarks by Gheewhan Kim (President, Korea Foundation), Eric Rosenbach (Co-Director, Belfer Center), and Prof. Nicholas Harkness (Director, Korea Institute) to formally announce the establishment of a new endowment fund for the Korea Project.
The Honorable Dr. PARK Jin (Minister of Foreign Affairs, ROK), will deliver Congratulatory Remarks. Top researchers of Korean security issues, senior ROK and U.S. practitioners, and next-generation scholars will provide key findings from their respective research work over the course of the Summit. Kijun You (Consul General, ROK Consulate General in Boston) will deliver Closing Remarks. Through the annual Summit series, the Korea Project continues to advance its mission of growing Korean security studies at Harvard and beyond.
The Belfer Center's Korea Project acknowledges the generous support of the Korea Foundation. A light dinner will be served on all three days of the Summit.
Click HERE to RSVP for Day 1: “Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the U.S.-ROK Alliance”
Click HERE to RSVP for Day 2: “Navigating the Increasing Control of Critical Technologies”
Click HERE to RSVP for Day 3: “Curbing North Korea's Revenue Generation from Crypto Theft”