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Newsletter Vol. 71 (March 2021)
2021-03-09 조회수 : 129
 



                           The Sejong Institute is a Leading Think Tank in Foreign, Security
                                                                                                and Korean Unification Affairs.
 Newsletter Vol. 71 (March 2021) 

  Newly Published Issues and Analyses

■ Sejong Policy Briefs

China's response to the Biden administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy | CHUNG Jae-hung
The Entry into Force of the TPNW and the Future of Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime | LEE Sang Hyun
The Illusion of North Korea’s ‘National, Planned, Scientific Self-rehabilitation’ | YANG Un-Chul
Issues and Challenges of Defense Burden Sharing Negotiation | KIM Jungsup

■ Sejong Commentaries

Biden’s Inauguration and Prospects for U.S.-Russia Relations | CHUNG Eunsook
Evaluation of the Second Plenary Meeting of the Eighth Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea | Choi Eun-ju
Munich Security Conference Special Session: President Biden's First Multilateral Diplomatic Message | CHUNG Eunsook

■ Sejong Video Briefs

 

 

 

 

 

(Korean) [2021-12] North Korea's strategy seen through the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party of Korea | Choi Eun-ju
(Korean) [2021-13] The Judgement of comfort woman and Korea-Japan relationship | Jin Chang Soo
(Korean) [2021-14] Why the Biden administration is moving toward building a united front | WOO Jung-Yeop
(Korean) [2021-15] North Korea’s WPK 8th Party Congress: Analysis on the Economic Sector | YANG Un-Chul

  Sejong in News

 

[Expert] What North Korea's Eighth Party Congress Means for the Biden Administration’s Northeast Asia Policy [Asia Dispatches]
[Expert] North Korea: Why VP Kamala Harris Should Meet With Kim Yo-Jong [The National Interest]
[Expert] The man with a plan for Korean Peninsula peace [Asia Times]
[Expert] Trump’s failure is Biden’s chance on North Korea [Asia Times]
[Expert] North Korea can change but won’t fall [Asia Times]
[Expert] Global Strategy 2021: An allied strategy for China [The Atlantic Council]
[Expert] The Fallacy of North Korean Collapse [38 North]
[Expert] A Vision for the ROK-U.S. Alliance [EAI Special Report]
[Expert] US-China relations: who’s the alpha male? America’s friends and allies are watching closely [South China Morning Post]

  Recent Publications

  National Strategy Vol. 27 No. 1 (Spring)

· Principles of small, medium, and large mixed-seat constituencies and nomination strategies by party size: to center on the election of members of the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly | Kyung Jae-hee
· COVID-19 situation and government trust | Kim Tae-sim · Cho Young-ho
· Changes in inter-Korean exchange and cooperation and influences: Sanctions against North Korea, focusing on COVID-19 | Park Sung-yeol
· A tentative analysis on the current situation of NATO's "nuclear sharing" system and the introduction of Northeast Asia | Park Hwee lak
· Changes in national security strategies and policies for the return of wartime operational control: a comparative study of the governments of Roh Moo Hyun, Lee Myung Bak, and Park Geun Hye | Lee Soyeon · Hwang Jihwan
· Economic Policy Analysis of the Kim Jung-un Era through Text Mining | Lee Hye-jung · Shin Heung-sik · Lee Hye-jin
· The decline of the Caucus system and its implications in the U.S. primary election process | Lim Seong-ho

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  30 years of German unification: Economic development of former East Germany and its implications for Korea’s unification | YANG Un-Chul

Former East Germany was on the verge of an economic collapse, but could rapidly grow after the unification with the support of the federal government. The economic growth rate of East Germany reached 12% in 1993, while that of West Germany recorded -2.4%. West Germany's massive budget was invested to revitalize the East German economy. Since the launch of the European Union in 2005, the overall German economy showed a trend of growth due to its export growth.

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  Academic Activities

Third Colloquium of 2021

On February 16 (Tuesday), 2021, the Sejong Institute held the third colloquium of this year. Dr. Jin Chang Soo, Director of the Center for Japanese Studies, presented his paper…   

Fourth Colloquium of 2021

On February 23 (Tuesday), 2021, the Sejong Institute held the fourth colloquium of this year. Dr. Choi Eun-ju, Research Fellow, presented her paper on the topic of " …   


First Sejong Policy Forum of 2021

On February 24 (Wednesday), 2021, the Sejong Institute held the first Sejong Policy Forum on the topic of “Biden's Korean Peninsula and East Asia Policy: Perspectives and South Korea's Response…   

Second 2021 Sejong-Stimson Center Joint Video Conference

The second round of the 2021 Sejong-Stimson Joint Video Conference, co-hosted by the Sejong Institute and the Stimson Center, was held as a video conference on February 24, 2021 (Wednesday) as follows …   


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