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Using Information to Reduce the North Korean Threat

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Show Notes

Much has been said about the power of outside information – news, weather, and even soap operas – to influence the North Korean public. But a new report takes a different angle on a possible information campaign toward the North.

In this new report, North Korea watcher Skip Vincenzo lays out a strategy that would target the North Korean elites and those close to Pyongyang's center of gravity, with the hopes of de-escalating a major crisis. The idea would be to give those elites hope of a life after Kim, encouraging them to lay down arms were an emergency scenario to occur.

Skip joined Korean Kontext host Jenna Gibson for a chat about his report and the information strategy that he proposes, as well as some of the ways it could fit in with what we are already doing to address the North Korean threat.

Please click here to learn more and view the report.

Image from Will De Freitas' photostream on flickr Creative Commons.



January 30, 2017