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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 Enduring Consequences of South Korea’s National Security Law

Terrence Matsuo
September 6, 2022
At the end of July, the Yoon government announced its intention to relax South Korea’s prohibition on North Korea media.

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Six Months into Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine— What is the Impact for North Korea?

Robert King
August 31, 2022
Loyal friends, such as Kim Jong-un, will be rewarded by the Russians, particularly as the number of such friends of Russia have declined.

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The Failed UN Security Council Resolution on North Korea

Stephan Haggard
August 11, 2022
With Russia and China openly joined in protecting North Korea politically in the UN Security Council, the future is pretty clear.

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Yoon and the Future of Korea-Europe Relations

Terrence Matsuo
July 12, 2022
President Yoon's foreign policy objectives and the war in Ukraine are creating space for South Korea to contribute more to regional security in Europe.

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Korea, Ukraine and Russia III: The End of Illusions?

Stephan Haggard
July 8, 2022
What are the broader strategic implications of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine for the Korean peninsula?

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It Could Be a Long, Hard Five Years Dealing with North Korea for the Yoon Administration

Troy Stangarone
June 21, 2022
The Yoon administration will face significant challenges from North Korea related to its weapons programs, COVID, and more during its time in office.

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Increasing Korea’s Role in Multilateral Security Cooperation

David Lee
May 29, 2022
Seoul’s deployment of a larger naval force to the U.S.-led multilateral naval exercise may signal a shift from its traditional security posture.

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South Korea, Ukraine and Russia Part II: The Economic Dimension

Stephan Haggard
May 18, 2022
Pursuing sanctions on Russia poses nowhere near the tough choices that arise when talking about Korea’s dependence on trade and investment with China.

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