Stanford Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI)
Philippines Conference Room, Stanford University Encina Hall, 3rd Floor 616 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
February 22, 2019, 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm
Stanford University's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies will host recently retired senior intelligence officer Andrew Kim for a conversation on denuclearization of North Korea.
Register here by February 20: https://fsi.stanford.edu/events/registration/226431
Note: members of the media interested in covering this event should contact Noa Ronkin at[email protected] by 5:00 pm, Wednesday, February 20, to register. They will also need to present their press credentials for admission.
Andrew Kim recently retired as a senior intelligence officer from the Central Intelligence Agency after 28 years of service. He established the CIA's Korea Mission Center in April 2017 in response to a presidential initiative to address North Korea's longstanding threat to global security. As part of his role as head of the Mission Center, he managed and guided CIA Korean analysts in providing strategic and tactical analytic products for a range of policymakers. He accompanied CIA Director and then Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Pyongyang in meeting with the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un several times. Formerly he served as the Agency's associate deputy director for operations and technology, leading all efforts to update operational technology and incorporate a state-of-the-art doctrine into CIA training curricula.
Earlier in his career, Kim served as the CIA's chief of station in three major East Asian cities, while also managing the intelligence relationship with politically and militarily complicated foreign countries and advancing U.S. interests. He speaks fluent Korean, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese.