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Chung-In Moon on the North Korean Quagmire
Chung-In Moon on the North Korean Quagmire

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AIR DATE: February 23, 2011

When it comes to nuclear weapons, where do we stand with North Korea? Chung-In Moon served as advisor to South Korea's National Security Council, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Ministry of National Defense in South Korea. Now the editor-in-chief of Global Asia Magazine and a professor at Korea's Yonsei University, Prof. Moon gives us an insider's view to nuclear standoffs and dealing with the friction between rival nations.

Chung-In Moon speaks to the World Affairs Council of Las Vegas on February 23 at 6:30 p.m. at Treasure Island.

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Chung-In Moon, Prof of Poli Sci, Yonsei University
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