RUSI launched a new report that examines the potential for a second Korean War and the options for the UK to respond to what would be one of the most momentous strategic shocks of the post-Cold War era.
With North Korea’s nuclear and missile programmes developing faster than most analysts anticipated, the threat of conflict on the Korean Peninsula is now a real possibility.
At the launch of this latest Whitehall Report, Professor Chalmers examines how a conflict might unfold and its likely consequences, for both the region and the world. He argues that the UK needs to start thinking now about its response.
- Professor Malcolm Chalmers
- Discussant: Sir Simon Gass KCMG CVO, Senior Associate Fellow, RUSI, formerly Director General, Political at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (2013-2016)
- Chair: Lord Hague of Richmond
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