The current détente between the U.S. and North Korea is a welcome change. Yet, will it prove to be more than just a fleeting moment? Many say North Korea will never give up its nuclear program. Are we just seeing more of the same? Or do we have an historic opportunity to make real change?
This panel brings together distinguished experts in the fields of policymaking and international relations to discuss challenges and possible areas of collaboration.
Moderator: James Cook, Associate Director, ASC, University of Pittsburgh
- Weston Konishi, Director of Partnerships & Development, US-Japan Council, Senior Fellow, Maureen & Mike Mansfield Foundation
- William Brown, Professor, Georgetown University, Fellow, Korea Economic Institute of America
- Lisa Collins, Fellow, Center for Strategic anad International Studies
Location and Address
548 William Pitt Union
3959 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15260