Korean Peninsula: What is Next?
We have approximately 100,000 military and civilians on the Korean Peninsula today plus countless Americans who are married to Koreans living permanently in the Republic of Korea (South Korea). We have had military there for the past 60 years. American presidents since Clinton have said a Nuclear North Korea is unacceptable. The present-day situation seems to have reached a crisis level. Draw more informed conclusions about the reality of the U.S. vulnerability and what options are available.
- Available Sessions
- April 2-30, 2018, Canterbury Tower, Assembly Room