International Conferences

The 25th Annual Conference Council on Korea-U.S. Security Studies

◎ June 24

▲ 08:45~09:00    Opening Remarks

General John H. Tilelli, Jr.,
USA (Retired),
Co-Chairman, Council on U.S.-Korean
Security Studies (U.S. Council)

General Jae-Chang Kim,
ROKS (Retired),
Co-Chairman, Council on U.S.-Korean
Security Studies (ROK Council)

Dr. David C. Kang, Professor and Director
Korean Studies Institute, University of
Southern California

Dr. Soon Paik, President
International Council on Korean Studies
and U.S. Department of Labor


▲ 09:00~11:15    Panel I. The Causes of the Korean War

◦ Moderator : Dr. John B. Duncan,
Prof. and Director,
Center for Korean Studies,
Univ. of California, Los Angeles

◦ Papers

ㆍThe Causes of the Korean War: A U.S. Perspective
Dr. William W. Stueck, Jr., Univ. of Georgia

ㆍThe Causes of the Korean War: A Korean Perspective
Dr. Chang Il Ohn, Korean Military Academy (Emeritus)

ㆍThe Causes of the Korean War: A Chinese Perspective
Dr. Steven M. Goldstein, Smith College


10:15~10:30    Coffee Break

10:30~11:15    Discussnats
                        – Dr. Yong-Ho Choe, University of Hawaii
– Dr. Kyung Suh Park, Chung Ang University

11:15~11:30    Group Photos to be taken
(All Panelists and Speakers)

11:30~13:30    Luncheon and Luncheon Speech

                    Sponsored by The Hwajeong Peace Foundation and
The Dong-A Ilbo

ㆍSpeaker
“Remembering the Korean War: Crisis, Truce, and
Containment”
Dr. Chae-Jin Lee, Prof. and former Director,
Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies,
Claremont McKenna College

ㆍIntroduced by
David C. Kang, Prof. and Director
Korean Studies Institute, Univ. of Southern California


14:00~15:45    Panel II. The Roles and Responsibilities of Major
States in the Korean War

◦ Moderator : Dr. Soon Paik, President
International Council on Korean Studies
and U.S. Department of Labor

◦ Papers

ㆍThe Role and Responsibilities of the United States
in the Korean War
Dr. Doug Bandow, Cato Institute

ㆍThe Roles and Responsibilities of China and former
Soviet Union in the Korean War
Dr. Byong Moo Hwang, Korea National Defense Univ.

ㆍKorea, Vietnam, and the Evolution of U.S. Intervention
in Asia
Dr. Mel Gurtov, Portland State University

◦ Discussants
– Dr. Clark W. Sorensen, University of Washington
– Dr. Choon Kun Lee, Korea Institute for Maritime Strategy


15:45~16:15    Coffee Break

16:15~18:00    Panel III. The Korean War and the Formation
of U.S.-Korean Alliance

                      ◦ Moderator : General John H. Tilelli, Jr., USA (Retired),
Co-Chairman, Council on U.S.-Korean Security
Studies (U.S. Council)

◦ Papers

ㆍThe Korean Position on Alliance Formation and the Change
of Public Trust between Korea and the United States
Dr. Taewoo  Kim, Korea Institute for Defense Analyses

ㆍThe U.S. Position on Alliance Formation and the Change
of Public Trust between Korea and the United States
Dr. Victor Cha, Georgetown University and CSIS

ㆍReactions of the Sino-Soviet Bloc to the U.S.-Korean
Security Alliance
Dr. Samuel S. Kim, Columbia University

◦ Discussants

– Lt. General Raymond P. Ayres, Jr.,
U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
– Dr. Jin Whyu Mok, Kookmin University
– Dr. Young Whan Kihl, Iowa State University and
Stanford University


18:30~21:00  Dinner and Dinner Speech


Sponsored by ROK Minister of National Defense
(Hon. Tae-Young Kim)

Speaker
“Legacy of the Korean War in Asia”
Dr. John B. Duncan, Professor and Director
Center for Korean Studies,
University of California, Los Angeles

Introduced by General  John H. Tilelli, Jr.,
USA (Retired),
Co-Chairman, Council on U.S.-Korean Security
Studies (U.S. Council)


◎ June 25

08:00~09:30    Panel IV. The Operational Cooperation between
Korea and the United States
in the Korean War

                      ◦ Moderator : General Jae-Chang Kim, ROKS (Retired),
Co-Chairman, Council on U.S.-Korean
Security Studies (ROK Council)

◦ Papers

ㆍThe Cooperation of the Army and Air Force
between Korea and the United States in the Korean War
Dr. Bruce E. Bechtol, Jr., USMC Command & Staff College

ㆍThe Cooperation of the Navy between Korea and
the United States in the Korean War
Captain Chang Kwoun Park,
Korea Institute for Defense Analyses

ㆍThe Role of the Sixteen Participating Countries in the
Operational Cooperation
Dr. Terence J. Roehrig, U.S. Naval War College

◦ Discussants

– Dr. Nam Sung Huh, Korea National Defense Univ.
– Dr. Hugo W. Kim, East-West Research Institute
and CUSKOS


09:30~10:00    Coffee Break

10:00~11:30    Panel V. The Lessons of the Korean War for Future
Peace in the Asia-Pacific Region

                      ◦ Moderator : Dr. David Kang, Professor and Director
Korean Studies Institute,
Univ. of Southern California

◦ Papers

ㆍThe Lessons of the Korean War for the Regional Peace
in the Future: A Korean Perspective
Dr. Doug Joong Kim, Kyonggi University

ㆍThe Lessons of the Korean War for the Regional Peace
in the Future: A U.S. Perspective
Dr. Patrick M. Morgan, University of California, Irvine

ㆍThe Lessons of the Korean War for the Regional Peace
in the Future: A Chinese Perspective
Andrew Scobell, Texas A&M University

◦ Discussants

– Dr. Dae-Sung Song, The Sejong Institute
– Dr. Bruce W. Bennett, RAND Corporation


12:00~13:30    Luncheon and Luncheon Speech

                   Sponsored by the Korea Institute for Maritime Strategy(KIMS)
(President: Ambassador and Vice Admiral Keun-ho Song,
ROK Navy Retired)

Speaker
“The Lessons and Inheritance of the Korean War
after Sixty Years”
Jae-Soo Kim, Consul General, Korean Consulate Los Angeles

Introduced by Dr. Soon Paik, President
International Council on Korean Studies
and U.S. Department of Labor


14:00~15:00    Panel VI. The Impact of the Korean War
on the Peninsula and Beyond

                      ◦ Moderator: Dr. Hong Nack Kim, Professor,
West Virginia University
Chairman of Board of Directors,
International Council on Korean Studies

◦ Papers

ㆍThe Impact of the Korean War on the Political-Economic
System of South Korea
Dr. Miongsei Kang, The Sejong Institute

ㆍThe Impact of the Korean War on the Political-Economic
System of North Korea
Mr. Scott A. Snyder, The Asia Foundation

ㆍThe Impact of the Korean War on Sino-American Relations
Dr. James I. Matray, California State University at Chico

◦ Discussants

– Dr. Jonathan D. Pollack, U.S. Naval War College
– Dr. Il Hwa Jung, Daejin University
– Dr. Yong Soon Yim, Sungkyunkwan University


15:00~15:30    Coffee Break

15:30~16:30    Panel VII. Treatment of the Korean War Veterans
(Parallel Panel)

                      ◦ Moderator: Lt. General Raymond P. Ayres, Jr.,
U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)

◦ Papers

ㆍNational Treatment of the Korean War Veterans:
A Korean Perspective
Dr. Sung Gul Hong, Kookmin University

ㆍNational Treatment of the Korean War Veterans:
A U.S. Perspective
Mr. Arthur G. Sharp, Korean War Veterans Association

◦ Discussants

– Maj. General  Kwang On Hyun,
Council on Korea-U.S. Security Studies
– Dr. & General Byungkwan Kim, ROK Army (Ret),
Council on Korea-U.S. Security Studies and
Seoul National Univ.
– Mr. Jong Jung Lee, Chairman, Advisory Group for
the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War
Commemoration Committee
– Dr. Jae-Kap Ryoo, Kyonggi University and
CUSKOS (ROK Council)


16:30~17:00     Closing Remarks

                        General John H. Tilelli, Jr., USA (Retired), Co-Chairman
Council on U.S.-Korean Security Studies (U.S. Council)

General Jae-Chang Kim, ROKS (Retired), Co-Chairman
Council on U.S.-Korean Security Studies (ROK Council)

Dr. David C. Kang, Professor and Director
Korean Studies Institute, University of Southern California

Dr. Soon Paik, President
International Council on Korean Studies and U.S. Department
of Labor


17:00    End of the Conference

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