December 13, 2017 Lunch:
Director, Korea Working Group, Kennedy School, Harvard University
The Kim Regime’s Accumulated Learning in Evading Sanctions: Implications for US Policy Toward North Korea
John Park is director of the Korea Working Group and an adjunct lecturer at Harvard’s Kennedy School. He is also currently a research associate in MIT’s Security Studies Program, and was a Stanton Nuclear Security fellow there in 2012-13. Park has directed projects at the US Institute of Peace on avoiding crises between the US and China and fostering dialogues among the US, China, Japan, and South Korea. He regularly advises officials in the Departments of Defense, State, Treasury, the National Security Council, and Congressional committees on northeast Asia, and has appeared on CNN, CNBC, BBC, PBS, and Bloomberg TV. Park has also worked at Goldman Sachs in Hong Kong and the Boston Consulting Group in Seoul on military and Korean issues.
Stopping North Korea, Inc.: Sanctions Effectiveness and Unintended Consequences