after the Trump-Kim Summit
North Korea is considered to be one of the world’s most pressing geo-political risks. The unprecedented summit in Singapore between Trump and Kim is dominating the global news agenda as policy makers and analysts grapple with what it means for peace. The summit fallout will set the tone on where next for the Korean peninsula. Dr. Kelly discussed the summit outcome and its implications.
Dr. Robert Kelly is a renowned Korea expert whose work focuses on international security and political economy. His primary areas of interest are East Asian security, US foreign policy, and the Middle East. A second area is the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. Dr. Kelly writes regularly for academic and popular publications, including The New York Times, Foreign Affairs, The New York Review of Books, The National Interest, and Newsweek. He has appeared as an analyst on television news services, including the CNN, BBC (with a guest appearance by his children) and CNBC. He has visited North Korea and has consulted for private sector firms for many years on northeast Asia.
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Speaker: Dr Robert Kelly,Pusan National University (Aka BBC dad)
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