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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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Assessing Progress: President Yoon's Global Pivotal State Strategy After Two Years

Terrence Matsuo
May 1, 2024
President Yoon Suk Yeol seems proud of his efforts to realize his foreign policy vision, but there remains some hesitation within Korea.

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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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Understanding Trump’s Foreign Policy (and how to deal with it)

Mark Tokola
March 21, 2024
It is worth reviewing the roots of Donald Trump’s foreign policy and seeing what lessons might be learned from his Presidency.

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South Korea: A Catalyst for Fixing Laws on Undersea Cables

Amy Paik
March 8, 2024
South Korea is well-positioned to become a leader in creating a new regime that regulates the undersea cable industry.

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South Korea Establishes Diplomatic Ties with Cuba; North Korea Is Likely Furious

Robert King
February 16, 2024
The opening of formal diplomatic contacts between Cuba and South Korea could create problems for the Cuba-North Korea relationship.

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10 Issues to Watch for on the Korean Peninsula in 2024

Clint Work
January 30, 2024
South Korea’s rapprochement with Japan and North Korea’s embrace of Russia significantly shaped events on the Korean Peninsula in 2023. Both promise to have a substantial impact on events in…

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2023 in Review: The War in Ukraine and South Korea’s Increasingly Complex National Security

Clint Work
December 28, 2023
Seoul confronts the emergence of a new, far riskier nuclear order, while doubts about the credibility of U.S. extended deterrence remain.

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2023 in Review: North Korea Slowly Begins to Reopen to the World

Troy Stangarone
December 26, 2023
Some North Korean pandemic restrictions continue to remain in place despite the rest of the world having returned to normal.

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