WACD Speaker Series: Ken Gause, “Uncertainties and Peril in North Korea”
World Affairs Council of the Desert provides an engaging, non-partisan dinner, social and speaker experience in a world-class setting you will get nowhere else in the Desert. Knowledgeable professionals from across the world address geopolitical, economic, educational and national security issues as well as the accelerating impact of technology on our way of life.
You are invited to experience “World Affairs” at beautiful Thunderbird Country Club
Meet and mix with “The Most Interesting Audience in the Desert”— others like you who are involved in the community and the world
Enjoy monthly dinners and engaging talks from international experts addressing critical national and global issues
Make new friends at a Welcome Reception with hors d’oeuvres and beverages
Enjoy a fine dinner with wine and dessert
Memberships limited to 225
April 14, 2018:
** Ken Gause, “Uncertainties and Peril in North Korea”
Ken Gause is Director of the International Affairs Group, widely read author and an internationally-recognized authority on North Korea. He will deliver an up-to-the moment perspective on the status of US-North Korea relations and a fascinating inside look at Kim Jong-un’s strategy to out-game the US on denuclearization.
Gause received a B.A. from Vanderbilt and an M.A. from George Washington University, is a frequent commentator on geopolitical and N. Korean affairs, and is author of three books on North Korea. His most recent book is “North Korean House of Cards.”
Tickets available at: https://www.worldaffairsdesert.org/buy-tickets.html