US Role in a Changing World Series: North Korea with John Feffer
US Role in a Changing World Series
North Korea: How Did We Get to the Brink of War and What Comes Next? Presented by John Feffer, Institute for Policy Studies
TIME: 11:30 am – Bar opens; 12:15 pm – Lunch served; 1-2 pm – Presentation and Q & A
More than 60 years after the Korean War, the United States and North Korea have returned to the brink of war. How did the two countries get to this point? What roles do South Korea and China play in sharpening or defusing the conflict? Is there still a chance to avert catastrophe? John Feffer has traveled several times to North Korea and is the author of North Korea, South Korea: US Policy at a Time of Crisis. He will discuss the origins of the current crisis and the different options now facing US policymakers.
Feffer, Director, Foreign Policy In Focus, Institute for Policy Studies, last spoke here Spring 2017 on the political role of storytelling. Besides his day job as a foreign policy expert, he also is a novelist, playwright, and performer.
Two books will be available for purchase and signing.
Aftershock: A Journey Into Eastern Europe’s Broken Dreams (University of Chicago Press, 2017)
Splinterlands (Haymarket Books, 2016)
PRICE: $25 Members; $30 Non-members (includes lunch); $10 Lecture only.