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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.

The New Arsenal of Democracy: Enhancing the South Korea-NATO Relationship in the New Cold War

Jang Won Joon
July 11, 2024
K-Bangsan is set to assume a larger presence in the global market next year, including for major NATO countries and partners.

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Views of Korea from Tulsa and Dallas

Scott Snyder
July 11, 2024
South Korea is clearly present as both an issue of concern and an area of growing importance in Tulsa and Dallas.

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Texas Governor’s Trip to Seoul Highlights Korean Ties with the Lone Star State

Tom Ramage
July 10, 2024
While South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol is in Washington for the NATO summit, Texas Governor Greg Abbott arrived in Seoul.

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Korea’s Healthcare System Part I: Why Are Doctors Going on Strike?

Randall S. Jones
July 9, 2024
Expanded healthcare has improved health conditions; however, a number of issues, including doctor shortages, suggest the need for reforms.

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A Labour United Kingdom and the Indo-Pacific Question: Tasks for South Korea

Saeme Kim
July 8, 2024
It will be important for South Korea to push for greater bilateral relations and act as a link for the United Kingdom in the Indo-Pacific.

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The Need for a Calibrated Response to the North Korea-Russia Summit

Saeme Kim
July 5, 2024
South Korea should adopt a calibrated response based on how cooperation between North Korea-Russia develops under the new treaty.

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The Dueling Economic Policies in the 2024 Election

Tom Ramage
July 3, 2024
In the 2024 national elections, voters in the United States will weigh drastically different visions for economic policy.

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South Korea Heads UN Security Council Discussion on North Korea Human Rights

Robert King
June 27, 2024
The roles of North and South Korea at the UNSC meeting highlight the stark differences between the two Korean states at the United Nations.

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