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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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What is North Korea Signaling with its March Missile Tests?

Juni Kim
March 18, 2020
The timing of the two March missile tests is curious in light of the COVID-19 crisis currently gripping much of the world.

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Steady Improvements in Gender Equality

Yong Kwon
February 4, 2020
Gender equality in South Korea is showing some improvements, nudged on by increasingly progressive laws on issues such as male parental leave and female labor participation.

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The Strait of Hormuz and South Korea’s “Balanced Diplomacy”

Yong Kwon
February 3, 2020
South Korean government is trying to accommodate external and internal political constraints with its deployment of troops to the Strait of Hormuz.

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10 Issues to Watch for on the Korean Peninsula in 2020

Yong Kwon
January 31, 2020
10 issues related to North Korea, South Korea, and U.S.-Korea relations that will have an impact on the Korean peninsula in the year to come.

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New Prospects for U.S.-Korea-Japan Cooperation

January 30, 2020
Deeper economic and technological cooperation between Korea, Japan, and the United States offer paths to emerging challenges.

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The China-Russia Security Council Resolution Part 2: Chinese Motives

January 29, 2020
Given that the proposal in the UN Security Council is largely moot given U.S. opposition, what might we glean about Chinese motives?

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The China-Russia Security Council Resolution Part 1: Sanctions Relief

January 28, 2020
For the first time since the collapse of the Six Party Talks, we have a document that outlines the Chinese and Russian positions in fairly granular detail.

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America’s Adversaries and Sanctions Dead-ends

January 22, 2020
American adversaries find it difficult to make fundamental changes to their foreign or national security policies and instead find coping mechanisms.

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