Policy Prescriptions for the North Korea Threat
William J. Perry
Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Former Secretary of Defense
President of the Lugar Center, Former US Senator
One year ago, the Hoover Institution and the US-Korea Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) hosted a conference to discuss the rising North Korea threat. The conference established a series of policy recommendations on how the incoming administration can best address the dangers of a nuclear-armed North Korea.
On June 14th, Hoover Senior Fellow, former Secretary of Defense, William J. Perry will host a panel of high-profile experts as they analyze current & future US policy on the Korean Peninsula. Discussion will include the effects of China’s diplomacy in slowing North Korea’s nuclear programs, interim agreements that might be negotiated with North Korea, and possible regional security and cooperation agreements.
Registration, Lunch, and Welcome
Michael Franc, Hoover DC Director of Programs
Keynote – Speaker TBA
William J. Perry, Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution
Former Senator Richard Lugar, President, Lugar Center
Michael Auslin, Resident Scholar and Director of Japan Studies, AEI
Moderated by Helene Cooper, Pentagon Correspondent, New York Times
Question & Answer Session