What Can Be Done About North Korea?
Sunday’s nuclear test out of Pyongyang, North Korea triggered a high-profile response from U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley.
This hour, we consider the implications of the Kim regime’s latest provocation. What does it mean for the U.S. and its allies?
We hear from experts and reporters, and get the perspective of a Korean-American about the threat of war in his native country.
- Alexis Dudden - Professor of History at the University of Connecticut
- Kathy Gilsinan - Senior editor at The Atlantic
- Adam Rawnsley - National security reporter who authors Foreign Policy’s Situation Report with Paul McLeary
- Kang-Won Wayne Lee - President of the Korean-American University Professors Association and a professor at the University of Rhode Island
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.