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[Looking Ahead: The Future of South Korea-Japan Relations ②] Japan-ROK’s middle power strategic thinking in the age of the U.S.-China competition

Tsuneo Watanabe (Senior Fellow, Sasakawa Peace Foundation)| 2021.01.11

Maintaining regional order through middle power cooperation Society of Security and Diplomatic Policy Studies (SSDP), Security Studies Dec. 2020, Vol 2, No 4. South Korea-Japan relations are at one of their...

[Looking Ahead: The Future of South Korea-Japan Relations ①] Japan and South Korea should share a strategy to open a new era

Masao Okonogi (Emeritus Professor, Keio University)| 2021.01.11

The growing importance of Korea-Japan ties amid intensifying U.S.-China competition Society of Security and Diplomatic Policy Studies (SSDP), Security Studies Dec. 2020, Vol 2, No 4. South Korea-Japan relations...

“A Place to Live, Work, and Play” … Imagining the Future City

Future Consensus Institute (Dae-Sik Lee, Director of Research Planning Department)·Do-Nyun Kim (Director of SKKU Smart Green City Lab)·SK Securities Research Center Smart City TFT (Director: Ji-Woo Son)| 2021.01.06

-Smart City Korea White Paper -Designing a city that improves the quality of life, rebuilds communities, and innovates production -Live+Play+Work and smart home-based decentralization Since our...

[The Biden Era: South Korea’s Strategy ③] March and April will be the key months to facilitate US-DPRK dialogue

Seong-Ryoul Cho (Senior Advisor, Institute for National Security Strategy)| 2020.12.28

North Korea will not give up denuclearization talks Turning Tokyo and Beijing Olympics into an opportunity to foster peace in Northeast Asia Four years of Trump has changed many things. Amongst them, U.S. policy...

[The Biden Era: South Korea’s Strategy ②] There is No South Korea in Washington’s Inner Circle

Young-Jun Kim (Professor, Korea National Defense University · National Security Advisory Board Member, the Republic of Korea President’s Office)| 2020.12.16

Taking Lessons from the Cultural Amity between Israel/Japan and the U.S. The Two Faces of America Four years of Trump have caused a big change in America; it marked the end of U.S. global leadership and the...

[The Biden Era: South Korea’s Strategy ①] Trump lost a battle, but not a war

Young-Jun Kim (Professor, Korea National Defense University · National Security Advisory Board Member, the Republic of Korea President’s Office)| 2020.12.10

What South Koreans Think of America Versus Real America Four years of Trump have left deep scars on America; it marked the end of U.S. global leadership and the beginning of a divided America. President-elect Joe...

[Global Future Dialogue ⑧: A Conversation with Professor Esther Duflo] Good Economics for Post-COVID-19 World

Anna Titenok (SD)| 2020.12.09

The growth is not important, per se. What is important is welfare. On December 2, Yeosijae hosted a webinar with MIT professor and co-winner of Nobel Prize in economics, Prof. Esther Duflo, to discuss...

[Global Future Dialogue ⑦: A Conversation with Digital Minister Audrey Tang] Digital innovation in the COVID-19 era

Sul-Mi Park (SD)| 2020.11.27

The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated digital transformation, and the oil of the digital economy, data, has come under the spotlight once again. The unprecedented situation tested governments, and their ability to share...

[Interview / Frank Jannuzi] "Biden will be patient, but will not be passive and inactive on North Korea"

Se-Hee Hwang (Director of the Future Planning Department)| 2020.11.25

-Interview with Frank Jannuzi (President and CEO of the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation) -(The Korean Peninsula issue) is like a three-legged race....it requires a carefully coordinated process where both the...

Tapping into the Star Market to sharpen South Korea’s competitive edge

Byeong-Seo Jeon (Director of China Economy and Finance Research Institute)| 2020.11.24

-South Korea-China Financial Cooperation in the Age of Science and Technology Innovation cf. Star market: Shanghai Stock Exchange Science and Technology Innovation Board Just eight months after President Xi...

Gearing up for the hydrogen era… South Korea to invest 800 billion won in hydrogen economy in 2021

Jung-Bae Kim (Research Associate)| 2020.11.05

Yeosijae IKEP Hydrogen Economy Seminar Hydrogen Economy and the Future of South Korea South Korea plans to establish itself as a hydrogen car and fuel cell powerhouse by 2040 ​ It is imperative that we build public...

[Global Future Dialogue ⑥] A Conversation with Professor Charles Kupchan: America’s Isolationism and the New World Order

Ji-Young Yim (SD)| 2020.11.03

The 2020 U.S. presidential election is just a few days away. The next inauguration will be held on January 20, 2021, and consequently, the new president will come up with foreign policies for the next four years after...

2020 Diagnosing North Korea: The Future of the Korean Peninsula by International Journalists

Sul-Mi Park (SD)| 2020.10.29

(Source: Screenshot of Korea Central Television by Newsis) On October 10th, North Korea held a military parade to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the ruling communist party. The highlight of the night that...

[Interview / Sung-Sik Kim (Former Member of the National Assembly)] “Coalition politics is the only solution to South Korea’s woes.”

Yun-Seo Lee (SD)| 2020.10.22

Interview with Yeosijae Distinguished Fellow Sung-Sik Kim Returning to the discussion on coalition politics Many people say that we are living in an era that demands a great transition. Though we...

Improving South Korea's approach to Urban Regeneration — Facilitating "private sector participation" in urban regeneration projects

Tae-Hee Lee (Associate Research Fellow, Construction and Economy Research Institute of Korea)| 2020.10.06

South Koreas approach to Urban Regeneration and its weaknesses Propelled by rapid industrialization, urban regions in South Korea grew by leaps and bounds over the last decades. Large cities, in particular, became...

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