Location:1302 International Affairs School of International and Public Affairs420 West 118th StreetNew York City
Speaker(s):Dennis Wilder, Peter Clement
The Trump Administration has made a sharp departure from past US administrations by opting for a strategy of maximum pressure on North Korea. U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson recently stated that he would explore diplomatic solutions up until the day the first bomb dropped. Wilder, based on his personal involvement in dealing with the North Korean nuclear problem, will explore what led to this crisis, the status of North Korean missile and nuclear development, the role of regional actors such as China, and the factors that need to be assessed to understand the trajectory of this crisis.
Assistant Professor of the Practice, Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service,
Asian Studies; and Managing Director, Georgetown University Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues
Moderated by Peter Clement
Senior Research Scholar, Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies