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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.

South and North Korea Take Leadership Roles at the United Nations: Differences are Striking

Robert King
June 8, 2023
North and South Korea are set to take up new leadership roles in the United Nations at the World Health Organiztion and the Security Council.

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The ROK-EU Summit: One Cog in a New Multilateral Machinery

Mark Tokola
May 25, 2023
The May 22 ROK-EU Joint Statement represents both a deepening of ties and an implementation plan for cooperation with other partners.

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Senate Committee Hearing on North Korean Human Rights Envoy Julie Turner: Confirmation Appears Imminent

Robert King
May 24, 2023
In her confirmation hearing, Norht Korea Human Rights Enoy nominee Julie Turner identified five key areas that will be her focus.

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Tasks Ahead for the Nuclear Consultative Group

Hanbyeol Sohn
May 16, 2023
The Washington Declaration and NCG, amid North Korean nuclear threats, embodies the expectation, promise, and blueprint of the two countries.

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Sino-Korean Relations in a Fluctuating Region

Terrence Matsuo
May 9, 2023
South Korea looks to balance it with China and the United States while advancing its interests with both states.

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Industrial Policy: Did it work in Korea 50 years ago?

Munseob Lee
May 8, 2023
Korea's use of industrial policy in the 1970s has implications for the current debate over the use of industial policy in the United States.

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Quick Takeaways from the Washington Declaration

Clint Work
April 27, 2023
The Washington Declaration was designed to ease South Korean concerns about U.S. extended deterrence. Will it achieve its goal?

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South Korea as a Middle Power and Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Jeffrey Robertson
April 20, 2023
How South Korea responds to Russia's invasion of Ukraine will shape the type of middle power Seoul will become.

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