You are cordially invited to a lecture with

Kyung-Soon Chang
President, the Korean National Movement for the Protection of Freedom

on the topic of
The Nuclear Security of the Korean Peninsula and the Expanding Chinese Challenges to US Global Roles

Tuesday, June 28
4:30 PM

The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036

Please RSVP to kbridges@iwp.edu.  

 

Kyung-Soon Chang is the Director for the Korean National Movement for Protecting Freedom.  

He has served in the Army of the Republic of Korea for many years, and retired as a Lieutenant General.  He was appointed as the Secretary General of the Republican Political Party in Korea, and served in many other distinguished positions, including 6th through 10th National Assemblyman representing Gimje County of North Cholla Province, Vice Speaker of the Korean National Assembly, Korean President of the Korea-Germany Friendship Association of National Assemblymen, President of the Korean Association of Jundo, Vice President of the World Confederation of Judo, Chairman of the Central Council of the Republican Political Party, Adviser for Unification Affairs on the Board of Unification. 

He has also served as Honorary Chairman of the Council of High Ranking Judo Black-belts, Chairman of the Senior Council of the Korea Association of the Retired National Assemblymen, and Chairman of the Korea Association of the Retired National Assemblymen.

He has received honors from the Order of Military Merit (Eulji, Chungmu, and Hwarang), the Order of Service Merit (Blue Stripes), the Order of National Security Merit (Tongil medal), the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, and the Order of the Vatican.

He holds a B.A. in Colonialism Study from Dong Yang University in Japan, has graduated from the Army Academy of Korea and the University of the Army, and holds an Honorary Doctorate in Law from Kyung Hee University.