CSIS Headquarters, 1616 Rhode Island Avenue, NW Washington, DC.
23 July 2018
The International Crisis Group is partnering with the Center for Strategic & International Studies to host a meeting in Washington D.C. on next steps for North Korea and the U.S. following the Singapore Summit.
More than one month after the Singapore Summit, big questions remain about where the United States and North Korea will go next in their discussions over denuclearization. Many attribute the slow progress to disparate definitions of denuclearization on the part of Washington and Pyongyang. This conference brings together regional and technical experts to take stock of the road ahead, including through an examination of:
This event will take place at 13:30-16:45 GMT on 23 July and will be live-streamed here.
1:00 PM | REGISTRATION & CHECK-IN
1:30 PM | OPENING REMARKS
Dr. John Hamre, President and CEO, CSIS
2:15 PM | SESSION I: Verification Standards for North Korean Denuclearization
Mr. Stephen Pomper, Program Director, United States, International Crisis Group
Ms. Rebecca Hersman, Director, Project on Nuclear Issues and Senior Adviser, International Security Program, CSIS
Mr. Richard Johnson, Senior Director Fuel Cycle and Verification, Nuclear Threat Initiative
Mr. William Tobey, Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School of Government
3:30 PM | SESSION II: Taking Stock: Where Do We Go from Here?
Mr. David Nakamura, Staff Writer, The Washington Post
Dr. Victor Cha, Senior Adviser and Korea Chair, CSIS; D.S. Song-KF Professor in Government and International Affairs, Georgetown University
Mr. Christopher Green, Senior Adviser, Korean Peninsula, International Crisis Group
Dr. Sue Mi Terry, Senior Fellow, Korea Chair, CSIS
4:45 PM | ADJOURNMENT
For more information and registration see the CSIS website.
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