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FAS Report of the International Study Group on North Korea Policy Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, Adena Meriel, the Center's Research Fellow, and Henri Féron '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center served as advisers to the 2019 FAS Report

National Public Radio Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, spoke with NPR's program All Things Considered about what a peace treaty means in the context of the Korean War and how it might be achieved.

The National Interest Henri Féron '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center, published an article on the justification for a peace treaty to end the Korean War, even in the absence of denuclearization in a recent issue of The National Interest.

The National Interest Henri Féron '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center, published an article on the upcoming Trump-Kim summit in a recent issue of The National Interest.

NK Pro Henri Féron '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center, published an article in NK Pro entitled "U.S. Forces Korea: a potential bargaining chip in talks with North Korea?".

NK Pro Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, Henri Féron '16, the Center's Postdoctoral Research Scholar, and Adena Peckler, Center Research Fellow, were quoted in an article in NK Pro on the North Korean peace process.

CNN Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, and Adena Meriel, the Center's Research Fellow, were interviewed by CNN on the topic of a peace treaty to end the Korean War and the different priority placed upon that by the U.S. on one side, and the R.O.K. and D.P.R.K. on the other.

Columbia Law School Office of Public Affairs Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, was interviewed by the Columbia Law School Office of Public Affairs on the prospects for peace on the Korean Peninsula, following the Moon-Kim of April 2018 and the Trump-Kim summit of June 2018.

38 North Henri Féron '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center, published an article on 38 North entitled "Peace with Pyongyang: Legal Implications for the United States and South Korea."

Los Angeles Times Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, was interviewed by the Los Angeles Times for an article entitled "Also on Trump's Wish List: Ending the Korean War."

ThinkProgress.org Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, was interviewed by the American political news blog ThinkProgress on reports of violations of the U.N. sanctions against North Korea (January 26, 2018).

USA Today Henri Féron '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center was quoted in USA Today on the North Korean economy's apparent resilience in spite of increased sanctions (November 26, 2017).

ThinkProgress.org Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, and Henri Féron '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center were quoted in the American political news blog ThinkProgress on the new round of sanctions against North Korea imposed by the U.N. Security Council (September 12, 2017).

Bloomberg Henri Féron, '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center for Korean Legal Studies, spoke with Bloomberg on the North Korean economy and its ability to sidestep sanctions (August 13, 2017).

Libération Henri Féron, '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center for Korean Legal Studies, was interviewed by the French daily Libération,  on North Korea's economic growth in spite of the ongoing sanctions (July 26, 2017).

CNBC and the Wall Street Journal Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, was interviewed by CNBC on the arrest of Samsung heir and leader Lee Jae-yong (February 16, 2017). He also commented on the arrest  in an interview with the Wall Street Journal (February 17, 2017).

Arirang News Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, commented on the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, which was featured on the Arirang News website in 2011. The full video, with Roh's commentary beginning at 40:26, was featured on the Arirang News website as No. 1113 / 2011-12-20 / ARIRANG TODAY 07:00. See related past events co-sponsored by the center.

Radio Korea Jeong-Ho Roh '88 hosted a radio show on Radio Korea AM 1660 that covered issues such as North Korea's nuclear problem and prospects for the Six Party Talks, the future of U.S.-North Korea relations, and the debate over the repeal of the Korean National Security Act. The show aired every Monday from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. throughout the tri-state area.

PBS Appearance “South Korea's Choice: President Roh Moo Hyun”

New York Times Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, commented to the New York Times on the lack of a formal end to the Korean War, and the ongoing implications for the relationship between South Korea and North Korea (August 10, 1997).