Leon V. Sigal - Not All Options Are Bad: A Strategy for Dealing with North Korea
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 12:00 PM
100 Eggers Hall
Korean Peninsula Affairs Center presents: Leon
V. Sigal on Not
All Options Are Bad:
Strategy for Dealing with North Korea
history of nuclear diplomacy with North Korea has been misread. Negotiations
have had some success – and could again – if give-and-take is sustained enough
to test North Korea's intentions.
director of the Northeast Asia Cooperative Security Project at the Social
Science Research Council in New York. His book, Disarming Strangers: Nuclear
Diplomacy with North Korea, published by Princeton University Press, was one of
five nominees for the Lionel Gelber
Prize as the most outstanding book in international relations for 1997-98 and
was named the 1998 book of distinction by the American Academy of Diplomacy. Sigal was
a member of the editorial board of The New York Times from 1989 to 1995. He
served in the Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs at the U.S. Department of
State, in 1979 as International Affairs Fellow and in 1980 as Special Assistant
to the Director.
Open to the public. Light Lunch provided.
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Sponsored by the Korean Peninsula Affairs Center and the East Asia program at the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs