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Date : June 18, 2018
A Turning Point with North Korea? Regional Perspectives on the US-NKorea Summit
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A Turning Point with North Korea? Regional Perspectives on the US-NKorea Summit | 6/13/18

With the June 12 summit in Singapore between the United States and North Korea now back on, the region could be approaching a turning point in its relations with North Korea. If Kim Jong-un makes a credible pledge to denuclearize, what does that mean for North Korea’s relations with the United States? How does denuclearization change North Korea’s relationship with South Korea, Japan, Russia, and China? What would economic engagement with North Korea look like? Please join KEI and Sasakawa USA for a discussion of the prospective U.S.-North Korea summit and whether it can be a turning point for relations with North Korea. A Discussion with: William Newcomb Fellow Center for Advanced Defense Studies Soojin Park Public Policy Fellow Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Troy Stangarone Senior Director for Congressional Affairs and Trade Korea Economic Institute of America Yuki Tatsumi Co-Director of the East Asia Program Stimson Center James Zumwalt Chief Executive Officer Sasakawa USA Moderated by: Jenna Gibson Director of Communications Korea Economic Institute of America


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