North Korea has dominated headlines and sparked widespread concern across the international community with its recent thermonuclear test and spate of missile launches. North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile program have increasingly posed a threat to the United States and its allies in Northeast Asia.
Join Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and National Committee on Korea Executive Director Keith Luse for a discussion on key elements of North Korea’s contemporary international relations: generational differences between Kim Jong Un and his father and grandfather’s approaches to foreign policy; North Korea’s critical, but deteriorating relationship with China; Pyongyang’s attitudes and goals towards the United States; and North Korea’s relations with other key regional actors such as Japan and Russia.
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