Iraq and North Korea: A Former Insider Assesses U.S. Policy
Robert Gallucci, Ambassador at Large during the Clinton Administration
Description: Ambassador Gallucci focuses most of this talk on North Korea, and discusses the following questions: Do we have a crisis in North Korea? Why do we have one, if we do have one now? How did we get to where we are with North Korea? Where do we go from here? This event is chaired by Stephen W. Van Evera, MIT Political Science Professor and Associate Director of CIS.
About the Speaker(s): Robert Gallucci was Ambassador at Large during the Clinton Administration. Following the Persian Gulf War, he helped create UNSCOM under UN resolution 687, which called for the disarmament of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction and long-range missile programs. He then became UNSCOM's Deputy Executive Chairman and participated in several of the early inspections of Iraq. A career diplomat who dealt with proliferation issues as U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs and as U.S. Special Envoy, he is the author of Neither Peace Nor Honor: The Politics of American Military Policy in Vietnam.
Host(s): School of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences, Center for International Studies
Tape #: T14517
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