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Commentaries by Howard Stoffer

Howard Stoffer

Associate Professor of National Security, University of New Haven

Dr. Howard Stoffer is an Associate Professor of National Security at the University of New Haven. Previously, he served in the Foreign Service of the United States and as the Deputy Executive Director of the Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate of the U.N. Security Council.
  • Jun 09 , 2017

    Doing nothing is not an option. Taking limited steps in the Security Council like the June 2nd U.N. resolution, while welcome, still lack substantive action to drastically alter the security situation on the peninsula. The hair trigger for a misstep and disaster grows tighter every day that Kim Jung-un remains unbound and unrestrained.

  • Mar 31 , 2017

    The U.S. needs China a great deal more than it does Russia in order to minimize the security threats from the unstable and threatening North Korean regime and to maintain regional stability in Asia.

  • Mar 20 , 2017

    The U.S. needs China a great deal more than it does Russia in order to minimize the security threats from the unstable and threatening North Korean regime and to maintain regional stability in Asia.

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