Olympic developments aside, tension between the United States and North Korea appears alarmingly high and escalating. Kim Jong Un, authoritarian Supreme Leader of the ‘Hermit Kingdom’, now has nuclear missiles perhaps capable of striking mainland America. And this threat and the vitriol has Americans amped up, aided by (false) inbound missile alarms.
Should the United States resolve this situation through sustained economic and military deterrence, or has the time for a diplomatic solution ended?
Hear and engage leading experts as they debate “Nuclear North Korea: Is War the Way Ahead?” – the latest in the Debate and Decision Series at the McCain Institute.
Ambassador Robert Gallucci
Distinguished Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy, Georgetown University and Chairman of the US-Korea Institute, John Hopkins University, SAIS
Ambassador Christopher Hill
Global Engagement Advisor, University of Denver, Ret. 25th Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and Pacific Affairs, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, South Korea, Poland and Macedonia
Mary Beth Long
National Security and Foreign Policy Expert, Former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, Former Chairman of the High Level Committee responsible for NATO's nuclear policy, Advisor to NATO
East Asia & Pacific Defense Policy Expert, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, Former Assistant Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Planning, Senate Staffer, DoD Special Assistant for Asian Affairs, and author of books and reports on China, including The Hundred-Year Marathon
Ambassador Kurt Volker
Executive Director of the McCain Institute for International Leadership
Doors open at 5:15pm. Debate begins at 6:00pm.
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By Metro, take the Yellow Line to Archives.
When: Wed Feb. 28 - 11:00 pm
Thu Mar. 1 12:30 am
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