What do we do on North Korea? Extended Deterrence & Diplomacy
This event was pre-recorded on June 27 from 8:00 – 9:30 PM EDT and was uploaded to this event page and available for public viewing on July 15.
The CSIS-Chey Institute Commission on the Korean Peninsula now premieres the pre-recorded event, a “'What do we do on North Korea? Extended Deterrence & Diplomacy'” for the public to get a glimpse into the inner workings of a new project focusing on the North Korea threat and the Korean Peninsula.
The two sessions explored the question of what do we do with North Korea. The first session on extended deterrence focused on the spectrum of measures that can be recommended to President Joe Biden and President Yoon Suk Yeol. The second session on diplomacy focused on prospects for diplomacy, initiatives to resume negotiations and near-and medium-term objectives for negotiations.
Speakers included: Dr. Victor Cha, Senior Vice President and Korea Chair of CSIS; Ambassador Park In-Kook, President of the Chey Institute; Dr. Joseph S Nye Jr., Distinguished Service Professor of Harvard University and CSIS Trustee; Dr. John Hamre, President and CEO of CSIS; General Vincent Brooks, former Commander of the USFK, UN Command, and ROK-US Combined Forces Command; Amb. Kim Hong-kyun, Former member of the 20th Presidential Transition Committee and Former Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs; Dr. Hong Kyudok of Sookmyung Women’s University and former Deputy Minister for Defense Reform; and Dr. Gary Samore of Brandeis University.
Discussants included: Dr. Tom Karako, Senior Fellow, International Security Program and Director, Missile Defense Project, CSIS; Dr. Sue Mi Terry, Director of the Asia Program and the Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy, Wilson Center; Dr. Chun Chaesung of Seoul National University; and Dr. Lee Geunwook of Sogang University.
The discussion was moderated by Dr. Victor Cha.
This event is made possible by the generous support of the Chey Institute of Advanced Studies and the Center for Strategic and International Studies.