Saturday, November 1, 2014

Yoon Young-kwan

Yoon Young-kwan, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, is currently Professor of International Relations at Seoul National University and a visiting scholar at the Free University of Berlin and the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (German Institute for International and Security Affairs).

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Newsart for Asia’s Next Axis Steve Ansul
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Asia’s Next Axis

Last month, the leaders of China, Japan, and South Korea agreed to begin negotiations later this year on a trilateral free-trade agreement. If the talks succeed, the global trade map will need to be… read more

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Whither North Korea?

So far, the succession of power in North Korea from Kim Jong-il to to his son, Kim Jong-un, seems to be proceeding in an orderly fashion. But, despite appearances, few totalitarian regimes have ever… read more

Newsart for Asia’s Threesome Turns Four
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Asia’s Threesome Turns Four

Relations among Northeast Asia's’s three major powers, China, South Korea, and Japan, are burdened both by territorial disputes and by the bitter historical legacies of Japanese colonialism. But… read more

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