Tag Archives: North Korea

Podcast #83: Sanctions on China won’t help

Michael Shindler made the case against sanctions in The American Conservative this past week, and joined Stephen on the Young Voices podcast to explain. He argues that sanctioning powerhouse countries like China hasn’t worked in the past and undermines our other efforts to curb North Korean aggression.

Follow Michael on Twitter @MichaelShindler and Stephen @stephen_kent89

 

Podcast #80: What if Trump Invited Kim Jong Un to Washington?

John Dale Grover has a bold idea for President Trump.

Stop Tweeting and have Kim Jong Un to DC, and then visit North Korea. In an age of increased communication capability we are more disconnected from this foe than ever. It’s not like the era of “the red phone” with Moscow. Miscommunication can have disastrous ramifications. John was published in RealClearDefense making the case for this meeting and he joins the the show to discuss.

Follow John on Twitter @JohnDaleGrover

Podcast #72: North Korea and Property Rights

John Dale Grover is a Young Voices Advocate and graduate student at George Mason University’s Conflict Analysis and Resolution Program. Today he joins the podcast to share the latest on news of free market practices in North Korea. ICYMI this is highly unusual for North Korea but John says that necessity is pushing the dictatorial government toward making concessions to free market activity happening in the shadows.

 

Read his latest piece in Forbes.