North Korea, KEI, The Peninsula
While Kim Jong-un may be ill for now, each day he is not seen increases the possibility that he is being sidelined. [Read More]
Mark Tokola Joins KEI as New Vice President
Mark Tokola, former U.S. Senior Foreign Service Officer, has joined KEI as its new Vice President! [Read More]
September 2014 provided two opportunities for the two Koreas to hold high-level talks, but failed to take advantage of these opportunities. [Read More]
Does South Korea's space program have a future? How will it affect the security challenges facing the region? Daniel Pinkston of the ICC provides his analysis. [Read More]
Read the latest publication that covers all issues related to Asia and the US. [Read More]
 

Spotlight (KEI News)

October 09, 2014

Please find below articles on KEI's new Vice President Mark Tokola, who began his position on Monday, October 6.

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October 09, 2014

The October 7 program with Dr. Yoon-shik Park of George Washington University, titled "Déjà Vu: Is Korea the Next Japan?" was featured in Yonhap News....

October 09, 2014

On October 7, KEI's Troy Stangarone was featured on Bloomberg West TV discussing Samsung's Future in Mobile. To view the entire video,...

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Korea Kontext Podcasts

September 16, 2014
With the recent retirement by Yi So-yeon, South Korea’s remaining astronaut, many have turned attention to Korea, wondering whether there is a future for its space program. According to Daniel...
September 02, 2014

Since the famine of the 1990s, North Korea has continued to face periods of chronic food shortages. However, the humanitarian needs of the people in North Korea extend beyond the...
August 08, 2014
North Korea has engaged in various forms of economic reforms and marketization attempts such as establishing Special Economic Zones and obtaining Foreign Direct Investment. Yet, many of North...
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The Peninsula Blog

October 14, 2014

By Adam Cathcart As the rest of the world gets accustomed to seeing Kim Jong-un walk with a cane, we might do well to figure out what, if anything, is changing about the way that the broader North...

October 10, 2014

By Nicholas Hamisevicz After not being seen in public for over a month, surely Kim Jong-un would be at the 69th anniversary celebrations for the founding of the Workers’ Party of Korea today. But,...

October 06, 2014

By Nicholas Hamisevicz In a surprising move, North and South Korea held a high level meeting shortly before the closing of the Asian Games. While Kim Jong-un’s whereabouts are still unknown, the...

October 01, 2014

By Nicholas Hamisevicz In September, there were two chances for North and South Korea to have high-level meetings, yet they were unable to take advantage of those opportunities. The Incheon Asian...

 

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