The 18th – The Realities of North Korea’s Nuclear Development and Prospects
Topic: “The Realities of North Korea’s Nuclear Development and Prospects” – First Presentation: “North Korea’s Nuclear Problem as seen from the Nuclear Engineering Perspective – Manufacture, Verification Method and State of Development”– Second Presentation: “The North Korea NuclearProblem and East Asia Security
Date & Time : 7:30-10:00, 31 October 2002
Venue: Seoul Plaza Hotel
ecturers: First: Dr. Shin Sung-Taek, Nuclear Engineering, Chief, Electric Power Generation Research Center, KIDA Second: Dr. Lee Choon-Kun, Center for Free Enterprise
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