Join KEI for a discussion of a new book analyzing policy options for the international community in dealing with North Korea. [Read More]
Our list of five books that can help those interested in the Korean Peninsula’s future better understand its past. [Read More]
This week's guest discusses what the three countries have been doing to improve economic relations and what opportunities they can seize in the future. [Read More]
Media outlets linked the drop in the KOSPI and the value of the won on September 9 to North Korea’s nuclear test earlier that day, but to what extent is this actual causality or a coincidence? [Read More]
Watch our discussion of the prospects for future cooperation between United States, South Korea, and Japan on security and economic issues. [Read More]
 

Spotlight (KEI News)

September 21, 2016

On September 19 and 20, KEI President Donald Manzullo travelled with South Korean Ambassador to the U.S. Ahn Ho Young to Fulton, Missouri. There, they met with students, local business leaders,...

September 20, 2016

KEI Senior Director Troy Stangarone appeared in a story in the Christian Science Monitor on September 19. In the story, which was about South Korea's decision not to provide flood aid to the...

September 15, 2016

KEI senior director for congressional affairs and trade, Troy Stangarone, appeared in a September 15 broadcast on NPR's Morning Edition program. The segment addressed North Korea's fifth...

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Korea Kontext Podcasts

September 23, 2016
With the goal of supporting the next generation of scholars interested in Korea and Northeast Asia, the U.S.-Korea Next Gen Scholars Program brings together young professionals from various...
September 14, 2016

When you hear about trilateral cooperation between the United States, South Korea and Japan in the news, people are usually talking about how these three countries can work together to counter the...

September 01, 2016

In this episode, Korean Kontext speaks with Ms. Jie-ae Sohn, President of Arirang TV & Radio, Korea's first English language international broadcast system. Ms. Sohn worked as the former...

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The Peninsula Blog

September 26, 2016

By Christopher Hurst As the residents of Gyeongju began cleaning up the damage caused by two powerful earthquakes earlier this month, a 4.5 magnitude aftershock struck on September 19. The tremors...

September 20, 2016

By Jenna Gibson Any student of Korea policy knows “The Two Koreas,” by Don Oberdorfer.  Famous both for its physical heft and its incredible detail, this book is regularly referenced as the go-to...

September 16, 2016

By Kyle Ferrier After North Korea’s second “satellite launch” in February this year I looked at how North Korean provocations have impacted the South Korean economy over time through the KOSPI index...

September 15, 2016

By Jenna Gibson With South Korea’s low birth rate on the mind of scholars and policymakers, the country’s schools have found themselves on the front lines of the country’s demographic crisis....

 

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