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Newsletter Vol. 69 (January 2021)
2021-02-15 조회수 : 70
 



                           The Sejong Institute is a Leading Think Tank in Foreign, Security
                                                                                and Korean Unification Affairs in Korea and Beyond.
 Newsletter Vol. 69 (January 2021) 

  Newly Published Issues and Analyses

■ Sejong Policy Briefs

Measures of Cooperation with the Biden Administration in North Korean Affairs | HONG Hyun-ik
China’s Digital Currency Initiaitve and Implications for U.S.-China Competition | LEE Seong-hyon
Pandemic, International Order in Crisis and Global Governance: Greater Expectation of the New U.S. Administration | CHUNG Eunsook
Perceptions of the U.S. Elites on Foreign Affairs | KANG Miong Sei

■ Current Issues & Policies

2020 Special Edition: Foreign Affairs Outlook for 2021
[Series] COVID-19: Non-traditional Security Threat | LEE Daewoo
[Series] Prospect of International Affairs in 2021: Return of Geopolitics and Great Power Competition | LEE Sang Hyun
[Seires] Global Governance in the COVID-19 Era | CHO HanSeung
[Series] What Will Happen to Global Economy and Trade in 2021? | SUH Jin Kyo
[Series] Prospect of Inter-Korean Relations in 2021 | YANG Un-Chul
[Series] Status of Inter-Korean Exchange and Cooperation and Outlook for 2021 | CHOI Eun-ju
[Series] U.S. Domestic Issues and South Korea-U.S. Relations | WOO Jung-Yeop
[Series] Political Affairs in the U.S. and the U.S.-DPRK Relations | JUN Bong-Geun
[Series] Chinese Political Landscape and Korea-China Relations | LEE Seong-hyon

■ Sejong Commentaries

Electoral Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic | KANG Miong Sei
Extreme Confrontation between China and Australia: Implications for South Korea | KIM Kisoo
Prime Minister Suga’s Neoliberal Reform Policy and the Prospect of Korea-Japan Relations | LEE Myon Woo
The U.S.-China Conflict and Optimal Positioning of South Korea | YANG Un-Chul

■ Sejong Video Briefs

[Sejong-Quincy Seoul Washington Forum Virtual Meeting] The Future of the U.S.-ROK Alliance
(Korean) [2020-33] South Korea’s Foreign and Security Policy in the Era of the U.S.-China Hegemonic Competition | LEE Sang Hyun
(Korean) [2020-34] The New Biden Administration and the Possibility of QUAD as a Military Alliance | LEE Daewoo
(Korean) [2020-35] International Studies of Wang Yi’s Visit to South Korea and Prospects of the ROK-China Summit | LEE Seong-hyon
(Korean) [2020-36] Conservative Right-wing Shift of Japan’s Abe Administration: Focusing on the Linkage between the Abe Administration and Japan’s Civic Groups | JIN Chang Soo
(Korean) [2020-37] Has a New Cold War between the U.S. and China Begun?: The Reality of the New Cold War | KIM Kisoo
(Korean) [2020-38] Military Competition between the U.S. and China: Intention and Reality | WOO Jung-Yeop
(Korean) [2020-39] The United States’ World Strategy and China | LEE Daewoo
(Korean) [2020-40] Political Constraint on China’s Economic Development: Historical Analysis of Adverse Effects of the Concentration of Power on the Economy | KIM Kisoo
(Korean) [2020-41] The U.S. Presidential Election 2020 and Contested American Democracy | KANG Miong Sei
(Korean) [2020-42] The 50th Anniversary of Global Nuclear Non-proliferation Regime: Achievements of NPT Review Conferences and Limitations | CHUNG Eunsook
(Korean) [2020-43] Prospect of the U.S.-DPRK Relations after the U.S. Presidential Election and South Korea’s Strategy | HONG Hyun-ik
(Korean) [2020-44] Economic Development Strategy in the Kim Jong Un Eraand the Roles of Munitions Industry | CHOI Eun-ju
(Korean) [2020-45] China’s World Strategy and the United States | CHUNG Jae-hung
(Korean) [2020-46] The U.S.-China-Russia Trilateral Relations in the Trump Era and Foreign Strategies of South Korea | HONG Hyun-ik
(Korean) [2020-47] Is China Variable a Constant in North Korean Affairs? | LEE Seong-hyon
(Korean) [2020-48] Economic Achievement of 30 Years of German Unification: Implications for a Unifed Korea | YANG Un-Chul
(Korean) [2020-49] A Source of Anti-Immigrant Attitude of Populism | KANG Miong Sei
(Korean) [2020-50] Measures of Cooperation with the Biden Administration in North Korean Affairs | HONG Hyun-ik
(Korean) [2020-51] Assessment of Kim Jong Un’s Economic Policy in 2020 | YANG Un-Chul
(Korean) [2020-52] China’s Digital Currency Initiative and Implications | LEE Seong-hyon
(Korean) [2020-53] Pandemic, International Order in Crisis and Global Governance: Greater Expectation of the New U.S. Administration | CHUNG Eunsook
(Korean) [2020-54] Perception of the U.S. Elites on Foreign Affairs | KANG Miong Sei
(Korean) [2020-55] Economic Landscape of the New South with the Focus on RCEP | CHOI Yoonjung

  Sejong in News

“[Expert] N. Korean leader makes fewest public appearances this year: data | CHOI Eun-ju [Yonhap News Agency]

  Recent Publications

  Conservative Right-wing Shift of Japan’s Abe Administration: Focusing on the Linkage between the Abe Administration and Japan’s Civic Groups | JIN Chang Soo

The purpose of this study is to explain the reality of Japan’s conservative right-wing shift and present the direction of improvement in Korea-Japan relations. It is critical to accurately understand the reality of Japan in order to resolve the strained relations between South Korea and Japan. I hope that this study will aid in the improvement of Korea-Japan relations at this time when the future of relationship between the two countries is bleak.

For more information, please click the title.

  China-DPRK Relations and the U.S.-China Relations: A Review on “China Variable” in North Korean Affairs | LEE Seong-hyon

This paper, instead of returning to the past so-called “China role theory” (i.e., it takes China to resolve the North Korean issue) in the current deadlock, points out the “limitations” of China’s role, on the contrary, by closely scrunitizing China’s behaviors on North Korea during the process of denuclearization negotiation between the U.S. and North Korea under the Trump administration.

For more information, please click the title.

  Academic Activities

Sejong-Quincy Seoul Washington Forum Virtual Meeting 2020

On December 2 (Wed.), 2020, the Sejong Institute and the Quincy Institute held a virtual meeting on the topic of “The Future of the U.S.-ROK Alliance”…   

The 23rd Sejong Colloquium of 2020

On December 3 (Thur.), 2020, the Sejong Institute held the twenty-third colloquium of this year. Dr. CHOI Yoon Jung, director of the Center for ASEAN and Indian Studies, presented her paper on the topic of “Economic Landscape of the New South with the Focus on RCEP—Current Issues and Future Implications” …   


The 24th Sejong Colloquium of 2020

On December 4 (Fri.), 2020, the Sejong Institute held the twenty-fourth collocuium of this year. Dr. CHUNG Eunsook, director of the Department of Security Strategy Studies, presented her paper on the topic of “Post-pandemic International Order and the Prospects of Global Governance” …   

The 3rd Sejong-CFR Seoul Washington Forum Virtual Meeting 2020

On November 15 (Tue.), 2020, the Sejong Institute and CFR hosted a virtual meeting on the topic of "North Korean Expectations for the Biden Administration" …   


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