North Korea after the Death of Kim Jong-Il
Nuclear armed North Korea has a new leader, Kim Jong Eun, and most of the world knows almost nothing about him. He’s the third and youngest son of Kim Jong Il who died Saturday. Kim Jong Eun was his father’s choice to succeed him and in recent months had made a number of public appearances,but preparations for his succession were not at all complete. No one knows what kind of leader he’ll be, and perhaps more crucially, whether he’ll able to win the support of his father’s inner circle: Join us for a conversation on the new regime in North Korea.
vice president for studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
reporter, Wall Street Journal
director of public affairs and regional issues, Korean Economic Institute
president, MacArthur Foundation
former dean of the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University,
and assistant Secretary of State and lead negotiator in the Clinton Administration's 1994 Agreed Framework with North Korea.
senior fellow, foreign policy, John L. Thornton China Center,
The Brookings Institution