While tensions on the Korean Peninsula have eased since the Trump-Kim summit, North Korea has not taken significant steps to give up its nuclear weapons or missiles. Moreover, Kim Jong Un has not liberalized its horrific regime. So how will countries in the region and those with a stake in it – including Japan, the United States, South Korea, India, China, and Russia – proceed? And what should be their vision for the future? International security and political experts from Japan, the U.S., and India will discuss the ever-changing situation on the troubled peninsula.

Toshi Yoshihara
Gordon Chang
Jayadeva Ranade
Kouji Murata

Date and time

Saturday, November 17 2018

17:15 〜 18:15

Event space “EBiS 303”


Event space “EBiS 303”

1-20-8 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0013, Event space “EBiS 303” (3 minutes on foot from the east exit of JR Ebisu Station / 4 minutes on foot from Ebisu station exit 1 on the Hibiya Line Subway Hibiya Line)