Please join CSIL on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 in JG 102A, 12:10pm-1:10pm for a lunchtime panel discussion of the DPRK's and Iran's recent missile tests, the reaction of the international community, and the future of nuclear non-proliferation. Our panel will feature the following distinguished Columbia faculty:
- Richard Betts (School of International and Public Affairs) is Director of the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, and Director of the International Security Policy program in SIPA. He was Director of National Security Studies at the Council of Foreign Relations, a former staff member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, and served on the Military Advisory Panel for three Directors of Central Intelligence. His books include Nuclear Blackmail and Nuclear Balance and Nonproliferation and US Foreign Policy.
- Robert Jervis (School of International and Public Affairs) specializes in international politics in general and security policy. His books include Why Intelligence Fails: Lessons from the Iranian Revolution and the Iraq War, The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution, and American Foreign Policy in a New Era. He also serves as coeditor of the Security Studies Series.
- Richard Nephew (School of International and Public Affairs) is a Senior Research Scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy. He has served as the lead sanctions expert for the US team negotiating with Iran, the Director for Iran on the National Security Staff, and in the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation at the State Department and in the Office of Nonproliferation and International Security at the Department of Energy.
- Jeong-Ho Roh (Law School) is the Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies at Columbia Law. He is a recognized expert on South and North Korean law and legal institutions and has severed in various governmental advisory roles.
***a non-pizza lunch will be provided***
This event is made possible through the generous sponsorship of Allen & Overy LLP.