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Nicholas Hamisevicz is the Director of Research and Academic Affairs at the Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI). He is responsible for issues affecting the U.S.-South Korea alliance, especially issues related to North Korea. He is also tasked with leading KEI’s outreach efforts to connect the policy and academic communities. Mr. Hamisevicz has visited Asia several times, including a trip to North Korea in August 2011.
Prior to joining KEI, Mr. Hamisevicz was the Research Associate in the Asian Studies Center at The Heritage Foundation. He wrote and provided research analysis on political and security affairs in Asia, especially regarding China, Korea, and South Asia. He was also a co-author for Heritage’s publication of the Key Asian Indicators: A Book of Charts. Mr. Hamisevicz traveled twice to Taiwan as the lead liaison for The Heritage Foundation’s democracy building in Asia conferences.
Mr. Hamisevicz earned a Masters of Arts degree in International Communication from American University in Washington, DC and a Masters of Arts degree in International Studies from Korea University in Seoul, South Korea. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from West Virginia Wesleyan College (WVWC) in Buckhannon, West Virginia. His first trip to South Korea that sparked his interest in Asia was a WVWC May Term study abroad trip.
Mr. Hamisevicz lives with his wife in Arlington, Virginia. He enjoys playing soccer and ping-pong along with stand-up paddle boarding on the Potomac River with his wife. He is also working to improve his intermediate Korean language skills.
Expertise: North Korea; South Korea; North Korea-China relations; South Korea-India relations
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Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
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* 20,000 political prisoners in North Korea have disappeared and are likely dead.
Political tensions are heating up with North Korea, with North Korea threatening to nuke American cities like Los Angeles, New York and Austin.
The Korean War was never officially ended. Is this the lingering effects of the un-resolved conflict? Is it a legitmate push to reign in North Korea and bring them into the New World Order in rapid fashion? Or is this another insane fear meme?
We'll explore all three on a blitzkrieg Monday Mashup.
Single Islamic State militant 'has killed 150 women and girls' because they refused to marry members of the terrorist ... because they refused to marry jihadists
Remember the phrase, "Those who ignore history are destined to repeat it?" Just prior to the horrific attacks ordered by Osama Bin Laden, President George W. Bush was presented with a Presidential Briefing entitled, "Bin Laden Determined to Strike in US." While the average Citizen may have dismissed this warning not knowing who this guy was, I think we can all now agree that our leaders should have taken it much more seriously. Had they done so, that catastrophic moment in our history might have been avoided.
But, are we now "Destined to Repeat" history by not taking Kim Jong-Un seriously? North Korea has never given up the goal of a United Korea or the destruction of the United States since initially signing a TRUCE in July of 1953.
They have continued to provoke, train, threaten, violate, and now done everything but actually make use of a Nuclear Weapon. We should not forget that this is the same nation that actually attacked a US Navy Ship on the high seas in 1968, took the crew captive and then embarrassed the USA in the eyes of the World.
Now a young new leader having grown up with the propaganda of Grand Father and Father appears ready to take the next and final step in his quest to prove North Korea is a World Power. Is North Korea "Determined to Strike in the US"? And are we ignoring the warning, again?
Barry Jacobsen, military historian, joins me for a chat about North Korea. We will discuss the news that a North Korean ship was stopped at the Panama Canal.
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