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Lessons Learned: The Inter-Korean Dialogue and The Hanoi Summit

This event will feature Gen. Kim Dong-shin, South Korea Minister of National Defense (ret.) On October 15th, former ROK Minister of National Defense, Gen. Kim Dong-shin will present a lecture based on his significant experiences as part of the national leadership during the myriad inter-Korean dialogue as well as his assessment as to the path Read More

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US-NK Relations: The Post-Hanoi Summit

On October 16th, panel members in addition to Gen. Kim, include Gen. John Tilelli, Jr., former Commander in Chief of the United Nations Command, and concurrently Commander of U.S. Combined Forces, and U.S. Forces Korea; Dr. Victor Cha, former Director for Asian Affairs at the National Security Council and currently a senior advisor and holder Read More

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Iranian Public Opinion Under US Sanctions

On May 2, 2019, the United States announced that it would sanction any export of Iranian oil and no longer grant waivers for countries seeking to import limited amounts of Iranian crude. In recent months, the US has also designated Iran’s Revolutionary Guards as a foreign terrorist organization and personally sanctioned the country’s Supreme Leader Read More

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Nuclear Energy in Space: Nonproliferation Risks and Solutions

Description President Donald Trump recently directed NASA to send astronauts to the Moon by next decade, and then to Mars. NASA is exploring nuclear reactors – both for rockets to get there and for power on the planetary surfaces. As these decisions loom, NPPP hosts a symposium on “Nuclear Energy in Space: Nonproliferation Risks and Solutions.” Speakers will come Read More

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New Thinking from Korea and China

New generation scholars from Korea and China join Society Senior Director Stephen Noerper for a discussion on developments in regional politics and security, North Korea’s denuclearization, and visions for the Korean Peninsula. This National Committee on American Foreign Policy event offers unique insights from young professionals for members and media. Speakers include: Dr. Jihwan Hwang Read More

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Rethinking U.S. Nuclear Doctrine: The Rule of Law and the Role of Strategy

In 2013, the Obama Administration’s “Nuclear Employment Strategy” guidance announced that all war plans and operations would be “consistent with the fundamental principles of the Law of Armed Conflict” (LOAC). The Trump Administration’s 2018 Nuclear Posture Review repeated this commitment. The literature on nuclear strategy and deterrence in political science however, has either ignored these Read More