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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.

Economic Allies: Highlights of the Past Seventy Years of U.S.-Korea Economic Relations

Tom Ramage
September 29, 2023
No reflection of 70 years of the U.S.-Korea alliance would be complete without examining exactly what it means to be an economic ally.

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South Korea and the Study of Middle Powers

Jeffrey Robertson
September 28, 2023
It’s fair to imagine that by this stage, an objective observer would caution against using the middle power term to describe South Korea.

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Putin Seeks North Korean Arms for Russia’s War Against Ukraine, Threatens UN Sanctions against Pyongyang’s Nuclear Weapons

Robert King
September 27, 2023
For the first time in over four years, Kim Jong-un traveled outside North Korea for an in-person meeting with Vladimir Putin.

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Korea’s CHIPS Concerns are Mildly Assuaged

Tom Ramage
September 26, 2023
Despite the stability provided to them, Korean chip companies still grapple with uncertainty surrounding American semiconductor technology.

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Are foreign workers a solution to Korea’s demographic challenge?

Randall S. Jones
September 14, 2023
Meeting Korea's demographic challenge requires a comprehensive strategy, including by making greater use of foreign workers.

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Japan–South Korea–US relations thawed, but not warm enough

Daniel Sneider
September 7, 2023
The August 18, 2023 summit at Camp David was rightly hailed as a breakthrough moment for Japan, South Korea, and the United States.

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The Future of the Indo-Pacific as Envisioned at Camp David: A Korean Perspective

Hanbyeol Sohn
September 6, 2023
The “Spirit of Camp David” pledged that the three countries would make the Indo-Pacific “thriving, connected, resilient, stable, and secure.”

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Camp David and the New Normal of U.S.-Japan-Korea Trilateralism

Terrence Matsuo
September 5, 2023
Although the vision outlined at Camp David has potential to advance U.S.-Japan-Korea objectives, there remain obstacles to its success.

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