A discussion on the latest Stimson publication, “North Korea: Challenge for the US-Japan Alliance”
|Date||March 24, 2011|
|Time||2:00 pm - 3:30 pm|
|Location||The Stimson Center|
North Korea continues to pose security and diplomatic challenges, affecting Northeast Asia most of all. For the United States and Japan, managing differences over appropriate policy toward Pyongyang has been one of the diplomatic challenges between the two countries. As the Six-Party Talks participants continue to work toward resuming the Talks, forging and maintaining a coherent approach toward North Korea will be important for both Washington and Tokyo.
A panel including contribuing authors Alan D. Romberg (Stimson Center), Yoshihide Soeya (Keio University), L. Gordon Flake (The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation), Balbina Y. Hwang (Georgetown University), and John S. Park (The United States Institute of Peace) and moderated by editor Yuki Tatsumi (Stimson Center) will discuss the highlights of this publication.