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Virtual Event | North Korean Threat Perception and the US-South Korea Alliance: Implications for Policy and Diplomacy (Part 2 of 2)

Virtual Event | North Korean Threat Perception and the US-South Korea Alliance: Implications for Policy and Diplomacy (Part 2 of 2)

Please be advised: This event will premiere LIVE on this page at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Thursday, March 25.

Join Hudson Institute Senior Fellows Dr. Patrick M. Cronin and Alex Wong and experts Ambassador Yung-woo Chun, Duyeon Kim, and Ambassador Joseph Yun for a discussion on Pyongyang’s fear of external intervention, the role of security assurances, and North Korea’s abysmal records on human rights.

The Biden administration is currently reviewing U.S. policy on North Korea in close coordination with the government of South Korea. Policy recommendations range from rebuilding maximum pressure and focusing on denuclearization to shifting focus to improving relations and pursuing arms control measures. How should the Biden and Moon administration approach diplomacy with North Korea in the months ahead? What lessons can be learned from the experience of the previous administration? Join our distinguished panel for a discussion on this important topic.

Read Dr. Patrick M. Cronin’s new report, “Fear and Insecurity: Addressing North Korean Threat Perceptions” here.

Panelists

Ambassador Yung-woo Chun

Chairman, Korean Peninsula Future Forum & Former Chief Negotiator for South Korea Delegation for the Six-Party Talks

Ambassador Joseph Yun

Senior Advisor, Asia Program, United States Institute of Peace & Former U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Policy

Duyeon Kim

Adjunct Senior Fellow, Center for a New American Security & Columnist, The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Alex Wong

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Moderator

Dr. Patrick M. Cronin

Asia-Pacific Security Chair and Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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