November 3, 2023
Why has the method of the United States and its allies in the direction of the North Korean nuclear weapons subject remained unfruitful for a long time? Is our understanding of North Korea’s worldview complete and correct? If not, what parts have been neglected in our dealings with North Korea? Can we objectively discern actuality and discover a glimmer of hope for progress?
To handle these questions by means of the lens of strategic empathy, CNS Research Fellow, Hyuk Kim, supplies a novel seminar for policymakers to reevaluate their insurance policies in the direction of North Korea. Utilizing an unsupervised studying method, Mr. Kim presents a visible illustration of the worldwide nuclear political panorama, illustrating the political alignment amongst United Nations Member States on nuclear points. The quantitative evaluation reveals surprising outcomes, together with a possible space for diplomatic cooperation with North Korea and stunning findings – a actuality some policymakers could discover difficult to their assumptions. To interpret such anomalies, Hyuk Kim supplies a qualitative evaluation to assist policymakers perceive North Korea’s worldview, drawing from Pyongyang’s narratives at multilateral diplomatic venues. The seminar concludes with coverage implications that paint a considerably ambivalent image of the entire denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
00:00:00 Moderator: Robert Shaw, Director, Export Control and Nonproliferation Program of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Middlebury Institute of International Studies
00:05:30 Speaker: Hyuk Kim, Research Fellow, Export Control and Nonproliferation Program of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Middlebury Institute of International Studies