October 20, 2020, 3:00 pm EDT to 5:00 pm EDT
Among the numerous and varied foreign policy challenges facing the next administration will be the nuclear proliferation and regional security threats posed by Iran and North Korea. The next administration will need to consider how to build international and domestic support for addressing those threats, whether and when to engage those regimes diplomatically, and the balance between pressure and diplomacy in pursuing U.S. policy objectives.
On Tuesday, October 20, the Foreign Policy program at Brookings will host an online discussion with experts who previously served as Defense and State Department officials, nuclear negotiators, and intelligence community officers. Viewers can submit questions via email to [email protected] or via Twitter at #Policy2020.
Robert Einhorn, Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Center for Security, Strategy, and Technology, Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiative
Eric Edelman, Roger Hertog Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence - Johns Hopkins SAIS
Jung H. Pak, SK-Korea Foundation Chair in Korea Studies; Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Center for East Asia Policy Studies
Matthew Kroenig, Professor - Georgetown University, Deputy Director of The Scowcroft Center - Atlantic Council
Suzanne Maloney (moderator), Vice President and Director - Foreign Policy