NK Pro briefing: Creative options for North Korea sanctions relief
Daniel Wertz, Joshua Stanton, and Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt discuss pragmatic approaches to North Korea sanctions
Though the U.S. revealed its new North Korea policy review in April, few details were provided about the concessions — if any — Washington is considering to reward future progress with Pyongyang.
While most believe North Korea would be interested in sanctions relief, there is little agreement about the shape or form specific relief could take.
NK Pro conducted a special Zoom briefing call on Wednesday, June 30 to explore the benefits and risks of a wide range of creative sanctions relief policies.
Panelists included:Daniel Wertz, Program Manager, NCNK Joshua Stanton, Founder, OneFreeKorea
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