APLN Policy Fellow Joel Petersson Ivre writes on Seoul's need for farsighted policy to respond to North Korean weapons threats while also managing ties with China.
This report proposes a plan to reengage the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) with the international community.
In a letter President Yoon Seok-youl, Gareth Evans offers five suggestions on approaching the security challenges of South Korea during his term.
Joel Petersson Ivre, policy fellow at APLN, offers recommendations to the incoming South Korean government on nuclear policy.
Carlos Sorreta highlights the dangers of the revival of the logic behind nuclear deterrence brought about by the war in Ukraine.
Eunjung Lim, Associate Professor at the Division of International Studies at Kongju National University, argues that the Russia-Ukraine war makes it more difficult for the new South Korean government ...
MELBOURNE ASIA REVIEW - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in and Sejong Institute Visiting Fellow Sung-won Lee discuss South Korea's position between China and the United States.
On 17 March 2022, Republic of Korea Minister of Unification Lee In-Young delivered a congratulatory speech at the CTR Plus Conference on mobilising international, political, and financial support for ...
RESPONSIBLE STATECRAFT - The conservative has won the closest presidential race in the country’s history — so where does he stand on the contentious issues?
New special report by APLN member and President of the Sejong Institute, Dr. Sang Hyun Lee, assesses the evolution and development of DPRK’s asymmetric military capabilities - nuclear weapons, ...