Posted by Steve Steenson on Aug 24, 2018
Northeast Asia is a unique combination of competing military and economic powers, anchored by two key allied relationships: China & North Korea, and the United States & South Korea / Japan. This lively and informative presentation will describe the players in depth, and examine probable scenarios for the 21st Century.  
Dr. Tim Dosemagen ~ Biography
Dr. Dosemagen served in the United States Air Force for 7 years during the Carter and Reagan Administrations as a Cryptologic Analyst, studying various military and industrial entities of the Peoples Republic of China while reporting to the National Security Agency.
In addition to his B.A. in East-Asian Studies from the University of Maryland, Dosemagen holds a Masters in Human Services from Murray State University and received his Doctorate in Education from Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Fluent in Chinese, Dosemagen is also conversational in Korean, Russian, Spanish and German.
Dosemagen is an Eagle Scout, Paul Harris Fellow, long time Rotarian and American Legionnaire.
In the spring of 2002, Dosemagen lectured to Chinese educational community consumers in Shanghai and Nanjing, on policy changes in United States immigration procedures and postsecondary educational administration, as a result of the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001. In the fall of 2004, he lectured in Beijing on leadership and organizational culture. In the fall of 2007, he lectured in Aomori Prefecture, Japan, on organizational leadership. He enjoys writing, traveling, and the great outdoors.
Dosemagen is the author of six books.  The father of two, husband of 30 years and grandfather to two wonderful boys, Dosemagen has traveled to 38 of the United States, as well as Mexico, Canada, Spain, Germany, Luxembourg, France, Belgium, Holland, Israel, Palestine and Jordan, having lived and worked extensively in East Asia: China, Japan & Korea.