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Newsletter Vol. 61 (May 2020)
2020-05-27 조회수 : 196
 



         The Sejong Institute is a Leading Think Tank in Foreign, Security
                                                                                and National Unification Affairs in Korea and Beyond.
 Newsletter Vol. 61 (May 2020) 

  Recently Published Issues and Analyses

■ Sejong Policy Briefs

“Possible Measures to Transform the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) into an International Peace Zone” | HONG Hyun-ik
“A Solution to the ROK-Japan Relations: Can Korea-Japan Relations Be Made Right?” | JIN Chang Soo

■ Current Issues and Policies

“Coronavirus and the U.S. Presidential Election 2020: Pandemic Producing Rally Effect” | WOO Jung-Yeop
“The Politico Economic Implications of the Coronavirus Pandemic: The Liberalism is Not a Free Lunch” | KIM Kisoo
“The 56th Munich Security Conference: ‘Westlessness’ and China Threat Perception” | CHUNG Eunsook
“South Korean and Japanese Government Must Consider Plan B” | JIN Chang Soo
“Seeking for a New Type of Korea-China Cooperation in the COVID-19 Outbreak” | CHUNG Jae-hung
“COVID-19 Crisis and European Responses” | CHO Hong Sik

■ Sejong Commentaries

“Defining DPRK-China Relations in the Era of Kim Jong-un and Xi Jinping” | LEE Seong-Hyon

  Sejong in News

“[Expert] North Korea stays quiet on Kim Jong Un letter” | CHEONG Seong-chang [UPI]
“[Expert] South Korea's president under fire for helping China contain the virus” | LEE Seong-hyon [The Australian Financial Review]
“[Expert] On North Korea's most important holiday, Kim Jong Un was nowhere to be seen” | CHEONG Seong-chang [CNN]
“ [Expert] Speculation Over Kim Jong-un’s Health Is Fueled by North Korea’s Own Secrecy ” | CHEONG Seong-chang [The New York Times]
“[Expert] Inside North Korea’s ‘Game of Thrones’” | LEE Seong-hyon [Asia Times]
“[Expert] S.Korea still cautious about Kim health reports” | CHEONG Seong-chang [NHK World]
“[Expert] Kim Jong Un's sister Kim Yo Jong: The next ruler of North Korea?” | LEE Seong-hyon [Taiwan News]
“[Expert] Kim Jong Un Returns, and North Korean Instability Fears Fade Away” | CHEONG Seong-chang [The Wall Street Journal]

  Academic & Policy Activities

The 2nd Sejong Policy Forum

From April 1(Wed) to 10(Fri), the Sejong Institute held the second Sejong Policy Forum of 2020 on the theme of “Prospects of US Presidential Election and Analysis of Key Policy Differences among Candidates” in writing due to COVID-19.   

The 4th Sejong Colloquium of 2020

On April 7, 2020, the Sejong Institute held the fourth colloquium of this year. Dr. Jin Chang Soo, Director of the Center for Japanese Studies, presented his paper on the topic of “Solutions for Korea-Japan Relations: Can Conversation Lead to Improving Korea-Japan Relations?”   


The 5th Sejong Colloquium of 2020

On April 21, 2020, the Sejong Institute held the fifth colloquium of this year. Dr. Lee Seong-hyon, Director of the Center for Chinese Studies, presented his paper on the topic of “Looking at Characteristics and Prospects of North Korea-China Relations through Analysis of Documents on the Five Summits.”   

The 3rd Sejong Policy Forum

The Sejong Institute held a virtual meeting for the third Sejong Policy Forum of 2020 on April 22, 2020 under the theme of “What COVID-19 Has Changed in the International Society.”   


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