North Korea North Korea's moves to reactivate a nuclear complex is giving the world a case of nuclear nerves. What's next in this standoff? How should the US respond? And what does this mean for the future of nuclear non-proliferation? Join host Neal Conan on the next Talk of the Nation from NPR News.

Guests:
Don Oberdorfer
*Washington Post Staff Writer
*Author, The Two Koreas (Basic Books, Feb. 2002)

Robert "Bob" Gallucci
*Dean, School Foreign Service at Georgetown University
*Special Envoy for Non-Proliferation in the Clinton Adminstration

Sung Yoon Lee
*Professor of International Politics and Korean History at the Fletcher School at Tufts University in Seoul, South Korea

Balbina Hwang
*Policy Analyst in the East Asia Center at the Heritage Foundation
*Professor of Government at Georgetown University (Washington, DC)

Joseph Cirincione
*Author of Deadly Arsenels (Carnegie Endowment, 2002)
*Director of the Non Proliferation Project at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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North Korea's moves to reactivate a nuclear complex is giving the world a case of nuclear nerves. What's next in this standoff? How should the US respond? And what does this mean for the future of nuclear non-proliferation? Join host Neal Conan on the next Talk of the Nation from NPR News.

Guests:
Don Oberdorfer
*Washington Post Staff Writer
*Author, The Two Koreas (Basic Books, Feb. 2002)

Robert "Bob" Gallucci
*Dean, School Foreign Service at Georgetown University
*Special Envoy for Non-Proliferation in the Clinton Adminstration

Sung Yoon Lee
*Professor of International Politics and Korean History at the Fletcher School at Tufts University in Seoul, South Korea

Balbina Hwang
*Policy Analyst in the East Asia Center at the Heritage Foundation
*Professor of Government at Georgetown University (Washington, DC)

Joseph Cirincione
*Author of Deadly Arsenels (Carnegie Endowment, 2002)
*Director of the Non Proliferation Project at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace