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Young South Koreans' Realpolitik Attitude Towards the North
January 16, 2016

Young South Koreans' Realpolitik Attitude Towards the North

By Steven Denney
Young South Koreans are more likely to be hawkish toward North Korea -- particularly in the face of provocations.
What Do Chinese Netizens Think of North Korea?
November 08, 2015

What Do Chinese Netizens Think of North Korea?

By Yang Hengjun
Chinese netizens believe North Korea's current path is not sustainable.

How South Korea's Growing Multiculturalism Could Complicate Unification
October 31, 2015

How South Korea's Growing Multiculturalism Could Complicate Unification

By Steven Denney
A new report underscores the challenges of integrating "new Koreans" in the event of national unification.

Interview: What Prospects for Korean Unification?
September 17, 2015

Interview: What Prospects for Korean Unification?

By Rafał Tomański
Cho Han-bum of the Korea Institute for National Unification on inter-Korean relations and the specifics of unification.

The Perils of Korean Unification
February 23, 2015

The Perils of Korean Unification

By 38 North / Jennifer Lind
Any discussion of a united Korea’s economic future must consider the potential for a perilous and drawn-out transition.
How China Could Benefit From a United Korea
January 14, 2014

How China Could Benefit From a United Korea

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's North Korea strategy is pinned on preventing Korean unification. But would that really be so bad for China?

Must China Fear a Unified Korea?
April 17, 2013

Must China Fear a Unified Korea?

It’s possible that Beijing may gain strategically from a unified Korea relative to Washington, or at least not be adversely affected by it.

If Korea Were to Unite...
January 31, 2013

If Korea Were to Unite...

The balance of power in Northeast Asia could be dropped on its head. Old tensions — and new ones– could be unleashed.

Would China Block Korean Unification?
January 27, 2013

Would China Block Korean Unification?

With some arguing China is turning North Korea into a 21st-century tributary state, it can’t stop its reunification with the South.

Unification Indifference
September 12, 2011

Unification Indifference

South Koreans haven’t turned against unification with North Korea. They’re just indifferent over the issue.

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