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Geopolitical Implications of Scientific Innovation Trends in Northeast Asia

June 18, 2021 • 9:00 – 10:30 am EDT
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This event was pre-recorded on May 20, 2021.

Please join the CSIS International Security Program and the Chey Institute for Advanced Studies for a discussion of the implications of scientific innovations and emerging technologies on geopolitics in Northeast Asia. The event features welcoming remarks from Park In-kook, President of the Chey Institute for Advanced Studies, and keynote remarks from Boo Suk-Jong, Chief of Naval Operations for the R.O.K. Navy, and Dr. Chris Fall, Senior Advisor to CSIS. Following these remarks, a panel featuring a mix of U.S. and South Korean experts discuss emerging technology threats to Northeast Asian security, technology norms and standards, supply chain implications, and the impact of scientific innovation on North Korea's nuclear and missile capabilities.

This event was pre-recorded on May 20, 2021 and is informed by the findings of the accompanying report, "Geopolitical Implications of Scientific Innovation Trends in Northeast Asia."

This event is made possible by the generous support of the Chey Institute for Advanced Studies.

Event Partners

Sponsor
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Seth G. Jones
Senior Vice President; Harold Brown Chair; and Director, International Security Program
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Chris Fall
Senior Adviser (Non-resident), Renewing American Innovation Project
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Kaitlyn Johnson

Kaitlyn Johnson

Former Deputy Director and Fellow, Aerospace Security Project
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Ian Williams

Ian Williams

Former Fellow, International Security Program and Deputy Director, Missile Defense Project

Andrew Philip Hunter

Park In-kook

President, Chey Institute for Advanced Studies

Boo Suk-Jung

Chief of Naval Operations, ROK Navy

Lee Guenwook

Professor, Sogang University

Kim Yoon

Chief Technology Officer, SKT

Dr. Jason Matheny

Deputy Assistant to the President for Technology and National Security

Shin Changhwan

Professor, Sungkyunkwan University