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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.

Improving Korea’s Innovation System

Randall S. Jones
April 24, 2024
Innovation has played a vital role in Korea’s rapid economic development and sustained progress toward the global innovation frontier.

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What Happened: Q1 2024

Tom Ramage
April 22, 2024
What happened in U.S.-Korea trade and investment in the first quarter of 2024?

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Korea is Having its AI Moment

Tom Ramage
April 22, 2024
Korea’s role as the global center of memory chip technologies means it is playing a central role in the AI transition.

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Two Years into the Ukraine War: The Impact on Korea

Maximilian Hess
April 18, 2024
The impact of Russia’s February 2022 full-scale invasion of Ukraine on the Korean Peninsula has been profound.

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Samsung's New Investments in Texas Mean Big Things for the United States

Tom Ramage
April 17, 2024
Samsung’s massive investments in Texas build on a multi-decade legacy of producing advanced technologies at American fabs.

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A Guide to South Korea’s 2024 National Assembly Election

Sang Kim
April 9, 2024
The National Assembly election is often seen as a barometer for the public's sentiment towards the sitting president and the ruling party.

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The North Korean Human Rights Act Expired in 2022 – No Signs that Congress is Moving to Reauthorize the Law

Robert King
April 8, 2024
The North Korean Human Rights Act reaffirms US policy on North Korea information programs, refugee programs, and humanitarian aid.

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Dim Prospects for a North Korea-Japan Summit Soon

Terrence Matsuo
April 4, 2024
Diplomacy with Pyongyang should be welcomed, but it is difficult to foresee how Japan can realize actual negotiations with North Korea.

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