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Stumbling Into a War Nobody Wants: How to Avoid Conflict with North Korea

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Are the United States and North Korea on a collision course? Does tough rhetoric mean eventual conflict? The Heritage Foundation’s Bruce Klingner and BowerGroup Asia’s Sue Mi Terry speak to the current high tensions around the Korean Peninsula and ways forward. Both met with North Korean representatives in Stockholm, and these two premier analysts are among those to whom North Korea has reached out for a better understanding of the Trump Administration and its Korea policy. Society senior director Stephen Noerper facilitates this special rapid-reaction, lunchtime dialogue.

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Stumbling Into a War Nobody Wants:
How to Avoid Conflict with North Korea

 with


Bruce Klingner    

Sue Mi Terry     

 

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Of interest. 

North Korea taps GOP analysts to better understand Trump and his messages - The Washington Post

 

 

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