|April 23, 2018||
Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Location: Student Center 2222/2223
Since the early 1990s the United States and South Korea have sought to induce successive North Korean governments to give up nuclear weapons capabilities in return for energy assistance and a path toward diplomatic normalization. However, the Kim family
dictatorship has reneged on every agreement it has signed while also building nuclear bomb cores, conducting tests, and firing missiles. Just recently all three Presidents have agreed to face to face meetings. This presentation given by Dr. Lawrence Grinter
will examine the opportunities and risks for Washington and Seoul of the North Korean nuclear challenge.