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Spotlight (KEI News)

December 02, 2016

KEI executive director Phil Eskeland was quoted several times in a December 1 Buzzfeed News story about how Congress sees the incoming Trump administration's policies toward North Korea.

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November 20, 2016

On November 18, KEI President Donald Manzullo gave a lecture to a group of more than 100 students at Sungshin Women's University. The lecture focused on the recent U.S, Presidential election...

November 17, 2016

On November 16, KEI staff and other think tank experts from Washington, DC met with members of the Korean National Assembly for a discussion of the U.S. presidential election result and its...

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Korea Kontext Podcasts

December 02, 2016

For many people who visit Korea for the first...

November 17, 2016

South Korea faces rising social inequality,...

November 11, 2016

More than 100 million Americans cast their ballots on November 8,...

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The Peninsula Blog

December 01, 2016

By Jaeho Jeon The South Korean economy is drifting like a ship which has lost its captain while the ‘Choi Soon-sil Scandal,’ a civilian who has no official title, has shaken South Korea for over a...

November 30, 2016

By Troy Stangarone The United Nations (UN) sanctions on North Korea’s fourth nuclear test were flawed. The March sanctions were intended to limit North Korea’s ability to export coal, the most...

November 28, 2016

By William Brown Kim Jong-un has been unusually silent about the election of Donald Trump.  Does this represent fear of how a tough new U.S. administration might react to his usual posturing or...

November 22, 2016

By Sungeun (Grace) Chung Maintaining peaceful and cooperative international relations has become exceptionally important in a global society. There are two means that a nation can use to influence...

 

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