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The Peninsula

The Peninsula blog is a project of the Korea Economic Institute. It is designed to provide a wide ranging forum for discussion of the foreign policy, economic, and social issues that impact the Korean peninsula.

Leadership Election in Japan Unlikely to Change Relations with Korea

Terrence Matsuo
September 27, 2021
No matter who wins the LDP leadership election, there is a dearth of interest in the Japanese establishment in improving relations with South Korea.

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The Two Koreas Mark 30 Years of UN Membership: The Road to Membership

Robert King
September 24, 2021
September marked the 30th anniversary of the entry of North Korea and South Korea into full membership in the United Nations.

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Growing Calls for Military Reform

Korea View
September 24, 2021
Advocates for the rights of South Korean soldiers receive support from not only a sympathetic press but also international organizations.

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Deregulation Reveals Power Imbalances

Korea View
September 23, 2021
Changes to digital regulation have been a boon to larger platforms while anticipated benefits have not reached consumers.

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North Korean Fears of South Korean Culture

Dafna Zur
September 22, 2021
Kim Jong-un has called K-pop a ‘vicious cancer’ but whether it will destabilize the North Korean regime is impossible to say.

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D.P. Elevates Conversations on Conscript Abuse

Korea View
September 21, 2021
Netflix's new TV show D.P. is jumpstarting widespread discussions about abusive conditions that many conscripts face in South Korea’s military.

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E-commerce Start-ups Respond to the Pandemic

Korea View
September 20, 2021
Existing internet ecosystem helped the private sector expand e-commerce services and respond to unexpected consumer needs.

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Mindful Accommodation of New Families

Korea View
September 17, 2021
Recent policies underscore how carefully the government is approaching new definitions of family structures.

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