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Recently released data from the Department of Commerce confirmed that the United States achieved record-level export of services to South Korea in 2018 – $24.5 billion. Combined with the trade…

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Region: Asia
Topic: Security

April 5, 2019

When people talk about South Korea’s foreign policy, they are more often than not focused on how Seoul engages with its immediate neighbors on denuclearization. However, as a global trading…

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Region: Asia
Topic: Security

February 8, 2019

From the United States, events on the Korean Peninsula have moved quickly and dramatically – we were first surprised to find that North Korea had ballistic weapons that could reach…

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Topic: Security

November 2, 2018

With the Trump Administration's North Korea negotiations ongoing, many analysts have been making comparisons to past talks to try to make sense of the current process, and to predict what…

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Topic: Security

July 13, 2018

With President Park Geun-hye's decision to postpone the June 2015 summit meeting to address the current spread of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in South Korea, the June 10th discussion will looked at the situation arising from MERS in South Korea, the future of the alliance, and the prospects for the rescheduled summit meeting.

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May 28, 2015
Tami Overby | Senior Vice President for Asia, Evans Revere | Nonresident Senior Fellow

On June 11, KI hosted Dr. Georgy Toloraya, Director of the Center for Asian Strategy at the Russian Academy of Sciences wh discussed his thoughts on Russia’s foreign policy toward the two Koreas and its priorities for a peaceful Korean peninsula in the future.  Please click here to view the paper | Video of the program can be viewed below Background Greater focus has been placed on the North Korea-Russia relationship as both countries find themselves isolated from their neighbors. The attention would have been even greater if Kim Jong-un would have attended Russia’s World War II celebration as initially rumored. Regardless, Russia is continuing to reach out to both Koreas. Potential projects for greater engagement, especially with railways and pipelines, are ways Russia hopes to improve its position internationally while also fostering better inter-Korean relations in order to prevent a potential crisis that could negatively affect Russian interests on the Korean Peninsula.  

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May 27, 2015
Nicholas Hamisevicz, Dr. Georgy Toloraya | Director of the Center for Asian Strategy, Modera

On April 16, 2015 KEI hosted the  Honorable Stephen Bosworth and Dr. Marcus Noland who discussed economic and diplomatic options for the United States and South Korea in dealing with North Korea. Please watch the video of the program here:  

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April 2, 2015
Troy Stangarone, Marcus Noland, Stephen Bosworth

On March 28, 2015, KEI President & CEO Donald Manzullo moderated a panel discussion on economic and political challenges effecting Asia at the inaugural forum of the Rockford University Global Affairs Council in Rockford, Illinois. The panelists included Dr. Jin Park, former Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Trade and Unification of the Korean National Assembly; Dr. Gil Rozman, Emeritus Musgrave Professor at Princeton University; and Dr. Roxana Idu, Assistant Professor of Economics at Rockford University. The event was kicked-off with welcoming remarks from the Vice President and Provost of Rockford University, Dr. Steven Siconolfi. The panelists held a wide ranging and vibrant discussion on political and economic relations among China, Korea, Japan, Russia, and the United States and how upheavals in other parts of the world affect Northeast Asia.

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