US policy toward Korea, and specifically toward the threat of DPRK nuclear-weapons proliferation, has played over more than three decades like a multi-act saga of frustration, error, and failure. The problem is worse than ever, and now threatens to metathesize further. Come learn what has gone wrong, why, and how ultimately the problem must be addressed by the next U.S. Administration. Once the ineluctable conclusions emerge and US policy begins to change, East Asian geopolitics will in turn change significantly. Many Singaporeans will worry about the implications of these changes; they shouldn’t.
Last updated on 21/07/2020