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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.

Hard Material Interests and Public Sentiment

Korea View
January 21, 2022
The South Korean public appears more antagonistic towards China despite the nation’s extensive bilateral commercial ties.

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North Korea Human Rights and South Korea’s Upcoming Presidential Election

Robert King
January 20, 2022
On March 9, South Korean voters will select their next president for a five-year term.  The South Korean constitution limits presidents to a single term, so there is no incumbent…

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Praise Without Representation?

Korea View
January 18, 2022
Golden Globe nominations for two actors in the Korean Netflix show Squid Game are monumental, but they also reveal gender and racial bias of U.S. entertainment industry.

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Seoul’s Dependence on Coal Imports

Korea View
January 17, 2022
Indonesia’s ban on coal exports reiterates Seoul’s vulnerability to external supply chain shocks - and limits to its goal of reducing carbon emissions.

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Conventional Economic Promise Boost Polling

Korea View
January 17, 2022
Presidential Candidate Lee Jae-myung’s economic promises appeal to moderate voters and boost his electability.

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Reassessing the Role of the Elderly in Korea's Digital Economy

Korea View
January 13, 2022
A “new” generation of South Koreans may prove critical to driving the country's digital transformation.

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South Korean Presidential Campaigns Adopt AI

Korea View
January 12, 2022
Korean political campaigns incorporate technologies that public policy outlines as critical to the future of the country’s economic performance.

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Local Governments Pilot Technologies for Tackling Social Problems

Korea View
January 11, 2022
South Korea's local governments are utilizing new innovations to address needs that the central government has not yet met.

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