Global Outlook: Peace and Security in Northeast Asia

Curated expert opinion on intractable contemporary issues

Global Outlook: Peace and Security in Northeast Asia

Moon Jae-in’s Stalled Odyssey to Peace in Korea

By Chung-in Moon  |  04 August, 2021

President Moon’s Korea Peace Initiative has faced mixed results and daunting challenges, but there are no better options.

Why Pyongyang Won’t Pursue Dialogue with US

By Chung-in Moon  |  14 July, 2021

Given North Korea’s stronger nuclear arsenal, the pervasiveness of anti-North Korean sentiment in the US, and the intensifying rivalry between the US and China, another North Korean nuclear crisis at this point might not be manageable.

Four Idols of South Korea-US Alliance Advocates

By Chung-in Moon  |  16 June, 2021

The South Korea-US summit on May 21 came to a successful conclusion. It served as an opportunity for making the two countries’ alliance more reciprocal and comprehensive.

Three Puzzles in South Korean Diplomacy Discourse

By Chung-in Moon  |  26 April, 2021

South Korea must keep a strong alliance with the US and maintain a strategic partnership with China.

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