Last week the leaders of North Korea and South Korea signed an agreement towards the denuclearization of the peninsula and to end the Korean War. The meeting between the leaders marked a drastic change in tone from Kim Jong Un and has raised hopes that peace in the region may become a reality.
Join us today as we discuss what the agreement means for the two nations moving forward and for U.S. relations.
- Adam Taylor, foreign reporter, The Washington Post
- Dr. Ji Young Choi, associate professor of politics and government, affiliate professor of international studies and East Asia studies programs, Ohio Wesleyan University
- Mitchell Lerner, associate professor of history, director of Institute for Korean Studies, The Ohio State University