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What Comes Next for North Korea-Russia Relations?
...partners. The development is particularly noteworthy in the context of an increasingly strong Japan-South Korea-U.S. trilateral. Read this piece by Gabriela Bernal and Sangsoo Lee published in The Diplomat....
North Korea Needs More International Partners to Weather Its Food Crisis
...Russia, China, Cuba, Vietnam, Laos, Mongolia, Syria, and Egypt are still remaining in North Korea as points of contact. Read this article by Sangsoo Lee at The Diplomat....
Seeking Pivotal Partnership: India and Korea
...call for a more active and global Korea is not necessarily a new one. In that sense, the transition from Lee Myung-bak’s “Global Korea” – also pursued by subsequent leaders...
Politics in East Asia Today: Between Democracy, Debates, and Discourse
...in the world goes hand in hand with a global power shift; and Yeau-Tarn Lee discusses how the democratization in Taiwan impacts the prospects for peace across the Taiwan Strait....
Hyeong Woo Lee
Former Visiting Fellow
North Korean Nationalism: Reading the Paleolithic Text
North Korea, after over seven decades since establishment, continues to be poorly understood. The paucity of knowledge regarding the country is not only a matter of the lack...
Denuclearizing North Korea: Challenges and Opportunities after Hanoi
...Sang Hyun Lee dissects the non-deal outcome between the U.S. and North Korea at the Hanoi Summit and what the future prospects for diplomacy are. Lee argues that, despite...
After North Korea’s Nuclear Test: The Dilemma of Response
...accorded to strengthening sanctions and other countermeasures, it is ultimately only dialogue that will bring about a longer-term resolution of the nuclear crisis, argue Sangsoo Lee and Alec Forss. North...
After the Pyeongchang Olympics: Prospects for Inter-Korean Relations
...In his essay, Hyeong Jung Park, Senior Research Fellow at the Korea Institute for National Unification, ROK, places greater emphasis on the motivations and dynamics behind the thaw in relations....
Shut Up or Shut Down: Significance of the Hong Kong Primaries Case
…the territory now. It is not surprising that the voter turnout had been low and Hong Kong people voted with their feet. In the meantime, the John Lee administration has…