Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts Briefing on the Situation in North Korea

Briefing on the Situation in North Korea

  • October 6, 2017

In cooperation with UPenn’s Center for East Asian Studies, the Foreign Policy Research Institute hosted a briefing on the situation in North Korea with Lt. General (Ret) In Bum Chun. 

Chun served in the South Korean military for over 30 years, rising to several key posts, among them Deputy Chief of Staff for ROK/US Combined Forces Command, Senior Member of the United Nations Military Armistice Commission, Commander of the ROK Special Warfare Command, and Deputy Commander for the First ROK Army. He retired from the military in 2016 and is now a fellow at the Institute for Corean-American Studies (ICAS).

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