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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.

Selling Korea

January 9, 2012
By Ben Hancock South Korea made an appearance in this past Sunday’s New York Times list of 45 must-visit travel destinations for a surprising reason -- golf courses. No one…

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North Korean Leadership Chart - Abridged

January 5, 2012
By Luke Herman Updated January 11, 2012. With the passing of Kim Jong-il, North Korea's leadership transition is being formally put into place. Here is a quick abridged graphic highlighting…

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India: The Other Emerging Power’s Reaction to Kim Jong Il’s Death

Nicholas Hamisevicz
January 4, 2012
While China is North Korea's major benefactor, Asia's other emerging giant has the option of reacting to its interests in the region rather providing the regime support to maintain stability.

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Kim Chong-un and Pyongyang’s Signaling Campaign

January 3, 2012
By Ken E. Gause Three sets of messages have emerged from the North Korean media in the days since Kim Chong-il’s death on December 17. The first two sets of…

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Unity Under Songun: A Look Into North Korea’s New Year’s Editorial

Sarah Yun
January 2, 2012
By Sarah K. Yun North Korea’s 2012 New Year Editorial had a few highlights with ample unsharpened messages. The overall objective was to emphasize strength and unity under the new…

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The Year in Review: The Korean Peninsula in 2011

Troy Stangarone
December 28, 2011
By Troy Stangarone While 2011 will ultimately be remembered for the passing of Kim Jong-il, it was also a year of significant change and new milestones for both South Korea…

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What to Make of Kim Jong-il’s Funeral?

Chad OCarroll
December 28, 2011
By Chad 0'Carroll Hundreds of thousands of mourning North Koreans lined the bitterly cold streets of Pyongyang today to say goodbye to their leader, Kim Jong-il.  How real the tears…

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North Korea Post-Kim: A Continuing Need for Strategy

December 27, 2011
By Michael J. Mazarr The most significant thing about the dramatic change in North Korea is how little has changed. Kim Jong-il has died, inaugurating a period of complex maneuvering…

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