North Korea and Nuclear Weapons


Mike Shuster
*NPR's Diplomatic Correspondent

Joel Wit
*Senior Fellow, International Security Program, The Center for Strategic and International Studies,Washington, D.C.

Robert Einhorn
*Senior Advisor, The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) International Security Program
*Former, Assistant Secretary of State for Non-proliferation

Sung Yoon Lee
*Adjunct Professor, Korean History and International Politics, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

Ken Adelman
*Former, Arms Control Director under President Reagan (1983-1987)

The U.S. says North Korea has admitted to developing nuclear weapons. The disclosure has raised major concerns from the international community. How will the U.S. react? And, what does this mean in the war against terror? In this hour of Talk of the Nation, join Neal Conan for reaction and expert analysis.

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