The North Korean Crisis: Everything Has Changed

Speaker : Mike Chinoy
Senior Fellow, U.S.-China Institute, University of Southern California

 

Date: 19 March 2010 (Friday)

Time: 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

Venue: GE G02, B. Y. Lam Building, Lingnan University

Abstract:

As diplomatic efforts to coax North Korea back to the Six-Party talks in Beijing continue, the international community is confronting a dramatically different situation. North Korea gives every sign of wanting to hold on to its nuclear weapons. How did things get to this point, and what are the prospects for diplomacy?

Speaker's Biography:


Mike Chinoy is a Senior Fellow at the U.S.-China Institute at the University of Southern California. Previously he spent 24 years as a correspondent for CNN, serving as Bureau Chief in Hong Kong and Beijing, and as Senior Asia Correspondent. His recent book "Meltdown: The Inside Story of the North Korean Nuclear Crisis," was described by "Foreign Affairs" as "the definitive account" of the crisis.


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Department of Political Science

 

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