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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.

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The Politics of the Inter-Korean Liaison Office

Yonoho Kim
September 7, 2018
For President Moon, reliable and constant communication channels are the very stepping stone for groundbreaking advancement in inter-Korean relations.

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Revisiting the Korean War Armistice

Mark Tokola
August 22, 2018
It is worth revisiting the history and current status of the Armistice, as ending the Armistice raise complex legal and political questions.

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South Korea’s New Goal: Jumpstarting Denuclearization Talks

Yonoho Kim
August 20, 2018
As much as it took credit for initiating a major shift, the Moon government must share the responsibility for any failures in Trump’s North Korean outreach.

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North-South Family Reunions are a Modest Step Forward for Better Inter-Korean Ties

Robert King
August 16, 2018
In just a few days, almost two hundred family members from North and South who were separated in the Korean War will again be able to meet loved ones.

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North Korean Denuclearization: Whose Side is Time on?

Mark Tokola
August 6, 2018
Who is in the biggest hurry to conclude current negotiations: the U.S., South Korea, or North Korea?  It is not easy to tell. 

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Timeline of North-South Sports Cooperation

August 2, 2018
The current diplomatic thaw between North and South Korea has given rise to a range of sports exchanges, here is a timeline of past and present exchanges.

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Family Reunions Should Be a Priority in Inter-Korea Relations

Jenna Gibson
June 26, 2018
This August, a group of around 100 Koreans from both sides of the DMZ will be able to reunite with family members for the first time since 2015.

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Evaluating the Panmunjom Declaration

Taehwa Hong
May 8, 2018
The two Koreas have embarked on a trust-building process after years of confrontation which drove the peninsula to the brink of war.

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