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KEI staff, fellows, non-resident fellows, board members, and other affiliates are often quoted in the media. Here is a collection of their mentions.

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Job Announcement | Media Producer

July 14

The application deadline has been extended to August 8, 2022. Please submit a cover letter and resume including a portfolio to Position title: Media Producer Category: Full-time The Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI) is a U.S. policy institute and public outreach organization dedicated…

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Announcement | Support from Academy of Korea Policy Outreach to Strengthen U.S.-Korea Conversations

June 21

Academy of Korea Policy Outreach (AKPO) is an educational outreach organization affiliated with the Korea Economic Institute of America, established to strengthen the U.S.-Korea relationship through the sponsorship of research projects, academic programs, and other projects that promote closer people-to-people engagement. The AKPO board recently…

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Job Announcement | Fellow and Director of Academic Affairs

May 19

Position title: Fellow and Director of Academic Affairs Category: Full-time The Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI) is a U.S. policy institute and public outreach organization dedicated to helping Americans understand the breadth and importance of the relationship with the Republic of Korea. Through our…

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Call for Papers: 2022 Academic Paper Series

October 6

Proposal Submission Deadline: Friday, December 3, 2021 The Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI) is issuing a call for papers for the next round of its Academic Paper Series—a program to generate academic papers and a public discussion of issues related to the Korean Peninsula…

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Korea-Japan Foreign Ministers Promise to Collaborate on Peace

September 28

As foreign ministers Chung Eui-yong and Toshimitsu Motegi met on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, Radio Free Asia contextualized their engagement by citing takeaways from KEI’s event with Dr. Naoko Aoki on ROK-Japan security relations since 2015. The article cited…

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Regarding Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong's Comments in DC

September 27

On September 24, Radio Free Asia quoted KEI Senior Director Troy Stangarone in an article regarding Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong’s controversial comments about China at a Council on Foreign Relations meeting. Troy agreed with Chung that it is understandable that China wants a greater voice…

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UNICEF reports that one in five North Korean children underdeveloped

September 24

In a Radio Free Asia interview on UNICEF’s Child Nutrition Report 2021, KEI Senior Director Troy Stangarone was quoted saying that food shortage causes malnutrition, which in turn leads to the spread of disease. He emphasized the urgency to secure sufficient food for North Koreans.…

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State Department notes "End of War" declaration requires North Korean involvement

September 24

On September 22, Radio Free Asia quoted KEI Senior Director Troy Stangarone in an article about the U.S. State Department’s interest in engaging North Korea. This followed President Moon Jae-in’s proposal for an end-of-war declaration at the UN General Assembly. Troy was quoted saying that…

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South Korea Leads the Fight Against Google and Apple’s App Market

September 21

On August 31, South Korea became the first nation to challenge Google and Apple’s control over the app market by prohibiting these companies from forcing their own payment system for all in-app purchases. KEI’s Director of Public Affairs Sang Kim argues that this is consistent…

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Ri Sol Ju and Kim Jong-un

September 21

On September 20, KEI Senior Director Troy Stangarone’s April 2018 interview with CNN was quoted in an MSN Indonesia article about Ri Sol-ju, the wife of Kim Jong-un. Troy’s comment that “in North Korea, nothing is accidental” was used to support the article’s argument that the selection of Ri Sol-ju…

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