The Hoover Institution hosted "Policy Prescriptions For The North Korea Threat" on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 from 12:30pm - 2:30pm EST.

There is perhaps no greater threat facing the Trump Administration than that posed by North Korea. Under the Kim dynasty, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea continues to violate international norms as it speeds to further develop their nuclear weapons arsenal and delivery systems. The sense of urgency only grows in the next 5-10 year, as some experts suggest, North Korea could have the technical means to reach western continental US with an intercontinental ballistic missile. 

One year ago, the Hoover Institution and the US-Korea Institute at the 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 hosted a panel of high-profile experts as they analyzed current & future US policy to the Korean Peninsula.

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