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South Korea’s 2 New Year Celebrations
January 15, 2019
South Korea’s 2 New Year Celebrations
South Korea’s two New Years celebrations comes with an array of foods and rituals to celebrate with family.
South Korea’s 2 New Year Celebrations
North Korea’s Red Pill
December 28, 2018
North Korea’s Red Pill
The influx of foreign influences has been growing for years and it has the power to transform North Koreans’ understanding of the world.
North Korea’s Red Pill
Five Priorities for South Korea’s Moon Jae-in in 2019
December 28, 2018
Five Priorities for South Korea’s Moon Jae-in in 2019
What should be on the South Korean president’s agenda for the new year?
Five Priorities for South Korea’s Moon Jae-in in 2019
Looking Back on 2018 in Asian Geopolitics
December 27, 2018
Looking Back on 2018 in Asian Geopolitics
What were the themes and events that defined the past year in Asian geopolitics?
Looking Back on 2018 in Asian Geopolitics
Bridging Cultures Through Music: K-pop, China, and the US
December 07, 2018
Bridging Cultures Through Music: K-pop, China, and the US
Kevin Shin trained to be a K-pop star. He’s now making hip hop hits in China.
Bridging Cultures Through Music: K-pop, China, and the US
Can Russia Play a Positive Role on the Korean Peninsula?
December 01, 2018
Can Russia Play a Positive Role on the Korean Peninsula?
Russia has the potential to become a stable partner on the Korean Peninsula.
Can Russia Play a Positive Role on the Korean Peninsula?
South Korea Decides to Dismantle 'Comfort Women' Reconciliation and Healing Foundation
November 27, 2018
South Korea Decides to Dismantle 'Comfort Women' Reconciliation and Healing Foundation
Seoul is walking away from a key part of the 2015 agreement with Tokyo, tossing the comfort women issue back into the spotlight.
South Korea Decides to Dismantle 'Comfort Women' Reconciliation and Healing Foundation
Indonesia and RCEP: Beware the Public Health Risks
November 23, 2018
Indonesia and RCEP: Beware the Public Health Risks
Proposals from Japan and South Korea would require patent law changes in several RCEP countries, including Indonesia.
Indonesia and RCEP: Beware the Public Health Risks
US Should Prioritize a Peace Agreement With North Korea
November 05, 2018
US Should Prioritize a Peace Agreement With North Korea
Washington and Pyongyang remain at loggerheads over which should come first: denuclearization or a peace agreement.
US Should Prioritize a Peace Agreement With North Korea
US Announces Suspension of Vigilant Ace 2018 Exercise With South Korea
October 20, 2018
US Announces Suspension of Vigilant Ace 2018 Exercise With South Korea
The suspension comes in anticipation of a second U.S.-North Korea summit meeting.
US Announces Suspension of Vigilant Ace 2018 Exercise With South Korea
US-North Korea: Talking Is Our Only Chance at Peace
October 10, 2018
US-North Korea: Talking Is Our Only Chance at Peace
The United States must commit to diplomacy with North Korea -- even in the face of setbacks.
US-North Korea: Talking Is Our Only Chance at Peace
US-North Korea Talks Are About to Spin Up Again: What Does Pyongyang Really Want?
October 04, 2018
US-North Korea Talks Are About to Spin Up Again: What Does Pyongyang Really Want?
North Korea is looking to open up a path to sanctions relief.
US-North Korea Talks Are About to Spin Up Again: What Does Pyongyang Really Want?
Building Confidence in Denuclearization: A Roadmap for the Korean Peninsula
September 29, 2018
Building Confidence in Denuclearization: A Roadmap for the Korean Peninsula
Unlocking progress on denuclearization will take carefully thought-out confidence-building.
Building Confidence in Denuclearization: A Roadmap for the Korean Peninsula
KORUS Revision Does Little for US, Less for Koreans
September 27, 2018
KORUS Revision Does Little for US, Less for Koreans
What’s actually in the revision of the KORUS free trade agreement?
KORUS Revision Does Little for US, Less for Koreans
On the Korean Peninsula: Peace Must Come Before Denuclearization
September 25, 2018
On the Korean Peninsula: Peace Must Come Before Denuclearization
Denuclearizing North Korea can wait. What can’t wait is peace on the Korean Peninsula.
On the Korean Peninsula: Peace Must Come Before Denuclearization
A Productive Fifth Inter-Korean Summit, But Denuclearization Remains Distant
September 24, 2018
A Productive Fifth Inter-Korean Summit, But Denuclearization Remains Distant
Progress toward inter-Korean peace should be welcomed, but denuclearization is another thing entirely.
A Productive Fifth Inter-Korean Summit, But Denuclearization Remains Distant
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