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U.S. Foreign Policy

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This article was published in The Diplomat on March 30, 2024. Nowadays conversations with South Korean counterparts begin and end with concerns about former U.S. President Donald Trump’s possible return…

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March 30, 2024

This article was published in United States Institute of Peace on March 25, 2024. The September 13, 2023, meeting between Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un in Russia’s Amur Oblast marked a…

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March 25, 2024

This article was published in The Korea Times on March 13, 2024. With Donald Trump set to be the Republican presidential nominee after a string of primary wins on March…

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March 13, 2024

Seoul has gradually adopted a more outspoken position regarding the importance of peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait and framed it in increasingly expansive terms—as a regional and global…

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Region: Asia, Indo-Pacific

November 3, 2023

The development of the concept of the Indo-Pacific strategy, since its adoption by the United States in 2017, has primarily been driven by the emergence of China as an object…

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Region: Asia, Indo-Pacific

November 2, 2023

In 2020, Xi Jinping was on a roll. Donald Trump had left U.S. alliances in disarray and the home front in discord, unable even to unite against a pandemic. U.S.…

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Region: Indo-Pacific

November 2, 2023

By Mark Tokola The exact date and place of the second summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have not been announced but the White House has said that it will take place before the end of February.  It is widely speculated that the two leaders will meet in Vietnam and the government of Vietnam…

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Region: Asia

January 24, 2019

By Troy Stangarone It looks increasingly likely that a second U.S.-North Korea summit will take place before the end of February. Ahead of this engagement, there is growing pressure for the United States to lift some sanctions on North Korea and exemptions for inter-Korean projects. The U.S. government maintains that sanctions will only be lifted…

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January 16, 2019

By Kyle Ferrier In the waning days of 2018, the U.S. Congress attempted to assert greater influence over U.S. foreign policy through the Asia Reassurance Initiative Act (ARIA). President Trump signed the bill into law, but the legislation’s narrow legal focus is unlikely to change the administration’s behavior, especially when it comes to North Korea.…

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January 14, 2019