No matter who wins the White House come November 3rd, either Donald Trump or Joe Biden will have no choice but to make critical choices when it comes to North Korea, the threat its weapons of mass destruction and missile programs pose to the United States and its allies, and the policies Washington could pursue to contain and hopefully eliminate them.
For example: What options does the next administration have considering the present state of Pyongyang’s various weapons of mass destruction programs?
Is a strict adherence to denuclearization the best choice, with so-called “maximum pressure” sanctions continually tightening if Pyongyang will not give up its nuclear program and missiles?
To answer all of this and more, the Center for the National Interest's Korean Studies Program gathered a world-class panel of experts yesterday in a virtual forum to discuss these issues and more: Jessica J. Lee, Daryl Press, Lt. General Wallace Gregson, moderated by Harry J. Kazianis and with a keynote address by Former Governor Bill Richardson.
You can see the video from the event above.