Faculty Notes

Prof. Julian Ku Quoted in Newsday Story on Cancellation of North Korea Summit

Julian Ku, Maurice A. Deane Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law, Faculty Director of International Programs

LIers React to Canceled North Korea Summit
Some Korean-Americans on Long Island said they were disappointed by the news, but were still hopeful for peace on the peninsula.
By Rachel Uda
May 24, 2018

Foreign policy expert Julian Ku sees the United States and North Korea taking a step back to a standoff.

The cancellation could be a healthy development overall, though, if the summit is rescheduled, said Ku, a professor at Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University.

“The two sides are so apart in what they were talking about. The U.S. wants to talk about the denuclearization of North Korea and North Korea wants to talk about a peace treaty,” Ku said. “If the North Koreans come back to the table with something, it’s likely there’ll be a better chance of success.”

Read the full article on the Newsday website.

Latest Tweets

  • Thanks for being on the panel! #HofstraLaw https://t.co/iJ4TTJXOhY
    about 8 hours ago
  • Thank you for participating in the event! #HofstraLaw https://t.co/x85DNq7GQn
    about 8 hours ago
  • Yesterday, more than 25 law students from the Veterans Legal Assistance Project (VLAP) volunteered at our one-day V… https://t.co/ywuPKxqQQg
    about 3 days ago
  • Article by Prof. Norman Silber and Alumnus Steven Stites ’13 Published in Virginia Law & Business Review https://t.co/NHY1aBK2jY
    about 3 days ago
  • Thanks for attending! https://t.co/E8SlaUtkwY
    about 6 days ago
  • Thank you for your continued support of the Law School! https://t.co/Jgi5kEF0QS
    about 6 days ago