The road to diplomacy on the Korean Peninsula

The United States and North Korea are increasingly at risk of military conflict -- most probably through an accident or miscalculation, but possibly a deliberate decision.
Opportunities for diplomacy are narrowing. Leaders from the United States, South Korea and Japan have recently stated now is not the time for dialogue with Pyongyang -- even though any strategy other than war for halting and reversing North Korea's nuclear and missile programs must, at some point, include talks.
So, when is the time for dialogue with North Korea to avoid a war no one wants and end a nuclear program that endangers the world? How does the Trump administration's threat to pull out of the agreement with Iran to end its nuclear program impact North Korea diplomacy?
Today's growing dangers require a policy response that minimizes the risk of a catastrophic conflict, both directly from North Korea's nuclear and missile program and from our attempts to halt its progress.
Read the full text of the op-ed at
October 3, 2017

A new op-ed by NTI Co-Chairmen Ernest Moniz and Sam Nunn calls for leaders in the US and China to pursue diplomacy as they attempt to deal with North Korea's illicit weapons program.

Ernest J. Moniz
Ernest J. Moniz

Co-Chair and Chief Executive Officer, NTI

Sam Nunn
Sam Nunn

Founder and Co-Chair