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Future of the Korean Peninsula

We map out the future of a unified Korea that will bring a new order in Northeast Asia and the world. We shape the future of industries and draw up a land development plan for a unified Korea. We create a unified constitution enforcing social order and foster talented individuals who will lead the future.

Let's Build an Innovative Ecosystem for SMEs and Startups

Jeong Duk Han (Consulting Advisor, Yeosijae)| 2021.06.04

- A large gap in innovative capacity exists between conglomerates and SMEs - Korea should nurture reserve businesses that can lead future innovation - There is a need to stimulate angel investment through bold tax...

Humanomics: A New Measure of Growth

Byoung-Jo Chun (Distinguished Fellow · Former CEO & President of KB Securities)| 2021.03.02

Moving beyond GDP towards a more comprehensive measure… Focusing on individual growth and development Hidden Perils of South Koreas Remarkable Growth: An Epidemic of Suicide and Anxiety Gold...

[Outlook 2021 ③ / CFR President Richard Haass] "It will be difficult for the U.S. to regain its global leadership... Power is in many more hands today."

Won-Soo Kim (Yeosijae International Advisory Board Chair)∙Sul-Mi Park(SD)| 2021.02.01

-2021 will be the beginning of a slow, difficult, and incomplete recovery -COVID-19 and renewing multilateralism should be our priorities A fresh new year filled with uncertainties is upon us, and our world order...

[Outlook 2021 ① / SSDP Chairman Masahiro Akiyama] "Pragmatic PM Suga will pursue realistic goals…" International cooperation and Japan’s foreign policy in 2021

Se-Hee Hwang (Director of Future Planning Department)·Tamami Nozoe (SD)| 2021.01.19

-Middle power cooperation is becoming increasingly important amid the U.S.-China conflict -Countries should seek international cooperation to urge China to comply with international rules and norms The morning...

[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...

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...

Barriers prevent South Korean companies from joining RE100

Seung-Il Moon (Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Seoul National University)| 2020.09.18

Speedy reforms are needed to put South Koreas Green New Deal on track for success RE100 or 100% renewable electricity will determine business competitiveness Offshore wind farm in the southwest sea of...

[Yeosijae Now] Bringing different minds together to build a better future - Yeosijae Policy Contest

Yun-Seo Lee (SD)| 2020.09.15

In late July 2020, Yeosijae held Yeosijae Policy Contest to create an opportunity for public participation in the discussion on the future of South Korea. Through the competition, Yeosijae hoped to broaden our perspective...

[Discussion / North Korean Economy] What is the current state of the North Korean economy amid sanctions, COVID-19, and flooding?

Sul-Mi Park (SD)| 2020.09.07

-Facing the worst economic outlook amid the triple whammy of crises (sanctions, COVID-19, floods) -North Korea admits its economic plans have failed; still, its economy is more self-sufficient than that of the Arduous...

[Global Future Dialogue ⑤] Global order and America's role in a 'G0' world - A conversation with Prof. Joseph S. Nye Jr.

Ji-Young Yim (SD)| 2020.09.01

Joseph S. Nye Jr. on moral foreign policy and the 2020 U.S. presidential elections Pacifism without an alliance may produce immoral results Political leaders should also be educators The novel...

Ranked 20th on the Global Startup Ecosystem Rankings – Why Seoul is trailing behind Shanghai, Tokyo, and Singapore

Byoung-Jo Chun (Distinguished Fellow · Former CEO & President of KB Securities)| 2020.08.31

Corporate giants need to collaborate with startups to create jobs Large-scale economic crises always threaten the neediest people. As expected, the global pandemic and subsequent economic downturn have taken a...

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