Video: Crisis on the Korean Peninsula
On Monday, Asia Society hosted a high-level conversation about the future security of the Korean Peninsula and the greater Northeast Asia region in the wake of new leadership in both South Korea and the United States.
Panelists included Chung-in Moon, a professor and special advisor on unification, foreign, and national security affairs to South Korea's newly elected President Moon Jae-in, Daniel Russel, senior fellow and diplomat-in-residence at Asia Society Policy Institute, and Sue Mi Terry, former CIA analyst and managing director for Korea at Bower Group Asia. The conversation was moderated by Barbara Demick, the New York bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times and author of Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea. Opening remarks were made by former Ambassador Ro-Myung Gong, former diplomat for South Korea and currently the chairman of the East Asia Foundation.
Watch the full discussion in the video above.
Read our full coverage from the event on Asia Blog.