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North Korea and the United States: Fire and Fury, or Friends for Now?

  • May 21, 2018

In this premiere episode of FPRI’s new podcast series, BackChannel, Host Ron Granieri welcomes Templeton Fellows Nada Bakos and Dominic Tierney and special guest Benjamin Silberstein to discuss US-North Korean relations.  Following the FPRI tradition of analyzing contemporary geopolitics through the lens of history, geography, and culture, Granieri guides a conversation that considers the path that has led from ​Twitter confrontations to a possible summit in Singapore, compares these negotiations to other efforts to control nuclear proliferation, and contextualizes both what we have seen and what is likely to come in the future. 

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