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  • Diplomacy and Deterrence Forever? How South Korea Can Deal With North Korea in the Future

    John Dale Grover Security, Asia The threat of escalation and strategic instability is real, but peace can be maintained and maybe improved. Editor’s note: John Dale Grover is a Korean Studies fellow at the Center for the National Interest. He visited Seoul for a week in early November 2019 to interview nine experts in South Korea for this project. This is the fifth piece in a five-article series, “How South Korea’s Politics and Military Impacts Strategic Stability with North Korea.” This...

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  • Japan PM Abe: to lift state of emergency for all of Japan today

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday that the state of emergency will be lifted for all of Japan, and that the country managed to get the spread of the virus under control in under two months.

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  • Japan PM Abe: to lift state of emergency for all of Japan today

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday that the state of emergency will be lifted for all of Japan, and that the country managed to get the spread of the virus under control in under two months.

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  • America and South Korea Want Stability—and North Korea Knows It

    Richard Javad Heydarian Politics, Asia Perhaps no one will rock the boat? They say it is only in times of difficulty when you truly know who your true friends are. Well, in the world of high-stakes geopolitics, it’s a matter of knowing who, at the very least, has an interest in a strongman remaining alive, when too many are too eager to see him dead. Among the most revealing episodes during the recent brouhaha over Kim Jung-un’s misreported death last month was the reaction of the South Korean...

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  • How South Korea’s Politics and Military Impacts Strategic Stability With North Korea

    John Dale Grover Security, Asia Seoul’s elites are divided over how Pyongyang perceives South Korean intentions and capabilities. Will they ever agree on how to deter and engage the North? Editor’s note: John Dale Grover is a Korean Studies fellow at the Center for the National Interest. He visited Seoul for a week in early November 2019 to interview nine experts in South Korea for this project. This is the first piece in a five-article series, “How South Korea’s Politics and Military Impacts...

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  • Divided Elites: Where South Korea’s Engagers and Deterers Agree—and Disagree—About North Korea

    John Dale Grover Politics, Asia There is more room for cooperation than U.S. observers might think, but fundamental disagreements remain strong. Editor’s note: John Dale Grover is a Korean Studies fellow at the Center for the National Interest. He visited Seoul for a week in early November 2019 to interview nine experts in South Korea for this project. This is the fourth piece in a five-article series, “How South Korea’s Politics and Military Impacts Strategic Stability with North Korea.” This...

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  • Life After Donald Trump in North Korea

    Jihyun Park Security, Asia North Korea has several times, following diplomatic moves, launched missiles. The isolation process appears to be more dependent on the continue of 2020 The military’s first line designed to strengthen attitudes across borders. North Korea’s dictator must have been isolated and frustrated until early 1991. This is because Moscow and Beijing had turned away from their blood relation but isolation it could be started in 1971 when Beijing and the United States first...

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