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  • Ambassador King on Supporting Humanitarian Aid Programs in the DPRK
    Ambassador King on Supporting Humanitarian Aid Programs in the DPRK

    It is a pleasure for me to be here today with this distinguished panel to discuss humanitarian assistance programs in North Korea. I want to thank the U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS for hosting today’s event. This is an important issue that deserves careful attention. The United States remains deeply concerned about the well-being of the North Korean people. 

  • Trade Promotion and the Fight to Preserve the Open Internet
    Trade Promotion and the Fight to Preserve the Open Internet

    Three billion people are connected to the Internet today. And trillions of devices are set to join them in the Internet of Things. Together, the connectivity of people and machines is enabling economic and social development around the world on a revolutionary scale. 

  • Black History Month 2015
    Special Feature: Black History Month 2015

    Black History Month was the inspiration of Carter G. Woodson, a noted scholar and historian, who instituted Negro History Week in 1926. He chose the second week of February to coincide with the birthdays of President Abraham Lincoln and the abolitionist Frederick Douglass. The celebration was expanded to a month in 1976, the nation’s bicentennial.  

  • Call for Nominations for FY15 Global Undergraduate Program (UGRAD)
    Call for Nominations for FY15 Global Undergraduate Program (UGRAD)

    U.S. Embassy Seoul is pleased to announce the FY 2015 Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD). We encourage qualified students to apply for this unique opportunity to study in the United States.  

  • Special Representative for North Korea Policy Ambassador Sung Kim's Testimony on the North Korean Threat: Nuclear, Missiles and Cyber
    Special Representative for North Korea Policy Ambassador Sung Kim's Testimony on the North Korean Threat: Nuclear, Missiles and Cyber

    Mr. Chairman, Ranking Member Engel, and Members of the Committee, thank you for inviting me today, along with my colleagues from Treasury and DHS, to testify about North Korea. I particularly appreciate your convening this hearing early as the new Congress begins its work. North Korea is one of the most difficult and complicated challenges the United States faces.  

 

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