The Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK) cordially invites you to:
HRNK Board Member Speaking Series
“The Biden Administration: Is a North Korean Human Rights Reset Possible?”
Thursday, May 13, 2021
4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
This event will be on the record.
Dr. Nicholas Eberstadt
Henry Wendt Chair, American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
Founding Board Member, HRNK
Executive Director, HRNK
Can the Biden administration stop Kim and thwart his nuclear ambitions? Can the Biden administration retake the higher ground once held on North Korean human rights? The answer is yes—if it is serious about doing so. President Biden has the power and the options at his disposal to progressively reduce the North Korean threat. Accomplishing this, however, will take a vision and resolve his predecessors lacked—and determination as well not to repeat their mistakes in dealing with Pyongyang.
The event will be open to the press, and on-the-record. Please click here to RSVP.
The Zoom credentials will be sent to you shortly before the program.
Please email Rosa Park, HRNK Director of Programs and Editor, at [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns.
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