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Policy simulation exercise on the diplomacy surrounding North Korea.

Presented by Jenna Gibson, from Korea Economic Institute of America

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This exercise simulates Six-Party Talks on the North Korean nuclear crisis. After an introduction, students break into groups of six. Each plays the part of lead negotiator for one of the parties to the talks—China, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Russia and the United States. At the end, the whole group reconvenes for a debriefing. The exercise helps participants learn about key issues on the Korean Peninsula and the challenges of crafting a diplomatic solution.

This simulation was developed by the Korea Economic Institute, a Washington-based think tank promoting dialogue and understanding between the Republic of Korea and the United States on economic, political, and security relations. The exercise has been used in leading policy schools and universities around the country. KEI communications director Jenna Gibson will lead the simulation at the Ford School.

This policy simulation exercise is open to Ford School Students only.
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When and Where

Ford School of Public Policy - 1110 Weill, Betty Ford Classroom

October 2017

4:00pm - 6:30pm

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