2004 Events

Posted December 30, 2004

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2004 Events

Korean Food, Korean Identity
Stanford institute for International Studies
Friday, December 3 at noon
Philippines Conference Room
Encina Hall, third floor
Stanford University
Palo Alto, CA
RSVP to hongkal@stanford.edu for buffet lunch

What’s Next for North Korea?
Bound to Be Read Bookstore
Sunday, November 21 at 2 p.m.
6300 San Mateo Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Tel: 505-828-3500

A Tale of Two Targets: Iraq and North Korea
Green Mountain Global Forum
Thursday, August 5, 7 p.m.
Joslin Round Barn
1661 East Warren Road
Waitsfield, Vermont (directions at: http://www.innattheroundbarn.com)

State Terrorism and Genocide
May 14, Kwangju, South Korea
Commemmoration of the Kwangju Uprising
May 18 Memory Foundation
2004 Kwangju Human Rights Award to be given to Burmese pro-democracy leaders and Nobel laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

Between Kim Jong Il and a Hard Place
Center for Korean Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Wednesday, April 20, 2004
4:00-6:00 p.m.
PLACE:    IEAS Conference Room, 2223 Fulton St., 6th Fl.

Moral Clarity or Political Calculation
The U.S. Approach to Human Rights in North Korea
Korea Luncheon Lecture Series, 12 p.m., Friday, April 23, 2004
Encina Hall (the Philippines Conference Room, 3rd floor, central wing).
RSVP, which is required to reserve lunch, to Okky Choi via email okkychoi@stanford.edu or phone 650-724-8271. Please arrive by 11:45 am for lunch.

A War With North Korea?
Friday, April 23, 7:30 p.m.
Modern Times Bookstore
888 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA

Breaking Into Political Journalism
A two-hour class with John Feffer
Thursday, March 11
SALSA, Institute for Policy Studies
1733 15th St., NW, Suite 1020
Washington, DC 20005
6:45-8:45pm   $30

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