Today’s Challenges on the Korean Peninsula
Brad Babson is a consultant on East Asia and global development issues. He served 26 years with the World Bank, most recently as Senior Advisor for the East Asia and Pacific Region, with assignments including Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam. He has published widely on topics related to East and Southeast Asia, including the topic of this talk: the integration of North Korea into the international community. Babson holds an MPA from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and a BA from Williams College.
This talk was part of the 2009 Views of the East teacher program in Brunswick, Maine, which was co-sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Maine. Views of the East is a program of the Five College Center for East Asian Studies through the National Consortium for Teaching About Asia, funded by the Freeman Foundation and Unum. We welcome your feedback on this episode.