Working Meeting on DPRK-US Relations

Emerging From Conflict Working Meeting
May 4, 2000
Washington, DC

Cosponsored by The Stanley Foundation
and The Brookings Institution


Bruce Cumings, Norman and Edna Freehling Professor, Department of History, University of Chicago

Bates Gill, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies and Director, Northeast Asian Policy Studies, The Brookings Institution

Sherry Gray, Program Officer, International Programs, The Stanley Foundation

Donald P. Gregg, President, Chairman of the Board, The Korea Society

Victor W.C. Hsu, East Asia and Pacific Office, National Council of Churches in Christ, USA

Bruce S. Lemkin, Special Assistant and Senior Policy Advisor to the Executive Director, The Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization

Kevin Madden, Lieutenant Colonel US Army, NE Asian Strategic Studies, Department of Joint and Multinational Operations, US Army Command and General Staff College

Jeffrey G. Martin, Vice President, The Stanley Foundation

Tony Namkung, President, Namkung Associates

Donald Oberdorfer, Professor, School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University

Han S. Park, Professor of Political Science, and Director, Center for the Study of Global Issues, The University of Georgia

Jong Ahn Park, Economist, Federal Reserve Board

Evelyn Puxley, Counselor, Embassy of Canada

Kenneth Quinones, Mercy Corps

Scott Snyder, The Asia Foundation, Seoul

Linda J. Yarr, Executive Director, Program for International Studies in Asia, George Washington University

Chong-Ae Yu, Consultant, The Carter Center

Affiliations are listed for identification purposes only. Participants attended as individuals rather than as representatives of their governments or organizations.