Key Points

next steps including outcomes of the pilot training for bankruptcy judges.

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Kim’s provocations illustrate the need for a fundamental shift in allied policy, which the ROK/U.S. strategic working group can fully elaborate. If there is any prospect of negotiating verifiable denuclearization, the alliance must implement a Maximum Pressure 2.0 campaign with five lines of effort: diplomacy, military deterrence, aggressive sanctions enforcement, cyber operations, and information and influence activities. Nothing less will convince Kim that his nuclear arsenal is a strategic liability, not a vehicle for extortion.

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Treasury’s next steps therefore should focus on investigating Kim Su Il’s local network of companies, individuals, and banks. Closing these gaps in enforcement is an indispensable step for maximizing the impact of U.S. sanctions on North Korea.

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EVENT: America's Missile Strategy: Countering and Defending Against Threats from Iran and North Korea

March 15, 2019 | 9:45