Ernest J. Moniz
Co-Chair and Chief Executive Officer, NTI
discussed global nuclear
security threats, North Korea, biosecurity and more at a seminar hosted by the East Asia Foundation, an
independent Seoul-based organization dedicated to promoting peace-building
policies in the region. Moniz spoke at the seminar as part of a recent trip to
Singapore, the Republic of Korea and Japan.
In Seoul, he was introduced
by former Foreign Minister
Kim Sung-hwan, who also moderated a question-and-answer session with the
audience of current and former government officials, diplomats, academics, and
journalists. Moniz’s visit was covered by multiple news media outlets,
JoongAng Daily and The Korea
Times. In Singapore, Moniz spoke to The Straits Times
Watch his full remarks below:
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