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Newsletter Vol. 65 (September 2020)
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         The Sejong Institute is a Leading Think Tank in Foreign, Security
                                                                                and National Unification Affairs in Korea and Beyond.
 Newsletter Vol. 65 (September 2020) 

  Recently Published Issues and Analyses

■ Sejong Policy Briefs

“Impact of India-China Border Dispute on the U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy” | LEE Daewoo
“OPCON Transition: Issues and Tasks” | KIM Jungsup
“The Future of New START and the Prospects of Global Strategic Stability” | CHUNG Eunsook

■ Current Issues and Policies

September 2020 Edition
“The Possibility of the U.S.-China Military Conflict in the South China Sea” | LEE Daewoo
“Deteriorating U.S.-China Relations and Prospects for Changes in China's Policy toward the U.S.” | LEE Seong-hyon
“Korea-Japan Relations Should Not Be Neglected” | JIN Chang Soo
“The Possibility of a Qualitative Change in the Perception of South-North Korea Relationship and Its Implications” | CHO Kyung Hwan

■ Sejong Commentaries

“Evaluation of the Recent Changes in Power Elites within North Korea's WPK Leadership: Focusing on the Decisions Made at the 16th Meeting of Political Bureau of the 7th C.C., WPK” | CHEONG Seong-chang
“Yang Jiechi’s Visit to South Korea and Its Strategic Implication” | CHUNG Jae-hung
“Prime Minister Abe’s Resignation and the Prospects of Japan's Next Prime Minister” | LEE Myon Woo
“Kim Jong Un’s “Delegation Politics” and Changes in Status and Roles of the North Korean Power Elites” | CHEONG Seong-chang

■ Sejong Video Brief

“(Korean) [2020-07] Healthcare System in North Korea and Inter-Korean Cooperation” | CHOI Eun-joo
“(Korean) [2020-08] The Worsening U.S.-China Relations and the COVID-19 Crisis” | KIM Kisoo
“(Korean) [2020-09] The Prospects of the U.S.-China Conflict after the Annual Yanghui and Hong Kong Security Law” | CHUNG Jae-hung
“(Korean) [2020-10] The U.S.-China Conflict and Strategies for South Korea’s Foreign and Security Policies” | HONG Hyun-ik

  Sejong in News

“[Opinion] China's think tanks” | LEE Seong-hyon [The Korea Times]
“[Expert] Conditions for OPCON transfer are excessive, S. Korean analyst says” | KIM Jungsup [The Hankoreh]
“[Interview] Why Biden is better than Trump for inter-Korean relations” | LEE Jong-seok [The Hankoreh]
“[Expert] U.S. making operation control transfer more difficult” | KIM Jungsup [Korea JoongAng Daily]
“[Expert] South Korea stays in Japan intel pact, focusing on homefront” | JIN Chang-soo [Nikkei Asian Review]
“[Expert] Kim Jong Un likely neither dead nor in a coma” | CHEONG Seong-chang [Asia Times]
“[Expert] Trump or Biden?” | LEE Seong-hyon [The Korea Times]
“[Expert] US ramping up pressure on Korea amid rivalry with China” | LEE Seong-hyon [The Korea Times]

  Recent Publications

  Political Constraint on China’s Economic Development: Historical Analysis of Adverse Effects of the Concentration of Power on the Economy

What is the relationship between politics and economy? What kind of relationship should the two variables maintain in order to ensure sustainable prosperity? Such questions are key to understand China, which now stands as the world’s superpower due to the rapid economic development. Deng Xiaoping was the first person in China to realize how politics should function to vitalize economy and to exercise accordingly. However, he lacked in insight about to what extent the existing power should be transferred to the economic sector. The Tiananmen Square Incident clearly showed that the economic or social liberalization that threatens the rule of the Communisty Party is intolerable.

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  National Strategy Vol. 26 No. 3 (Fall)

National Strategy is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal, written in Korean, published quarterly by the Sejong Institute.

1. Controversies on the Effectiveness of Decapitation Operations and Their Implications to Korean Military Strategy | Changboo Kang

2. The Implications of the Korean Armed Forces by the Analysis of the Israeli Military System: Focused on the Recruitment and Training of Military Personnel | Jae Gyun Kim and Dong Woo Yang

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  Academic Activities

The 12th Sejong Colloquium of 2020

On August 11, 2020, the Sejong Institute held the twelfth colloquium of this year. Dr. KIM Jungsup, Senior Research Fellow, presented his paper on the topic of " The Issues and Tasks of OPCON Transfer."   

The 13th Sejong Colloquium of 2020

On August 25, 2020, the Sejong Institute held the thirteenth colloquium of this year. Dr. CHUNG Eunsook, director of the Department of Security Strategy Studies, presented her paper on the topic of “The Future of New START and the Implications of International Strategic Stability.”   


Center for East Asian Cooperation—Seminar

On August 25 (Tue.), 2020, the Center for East Asian Cooperation of the Sejong Institute held an internal seminar. Dr. PARK Da Jung, a visiting research fellow of the institute, presented her paper on the topic of “The Impact of the Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship and Alliance (August 1945) on the U.S. Korea Policy.”   

Korea-Europe Policy Network Meeting 2020

Korea-Europe Policy Network Meeting 2020, co-hosted by the Sejong Institute and Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) and sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, was held from August 31 to September 1, 2020 at the Westin Chosun Hotel Seoul as a virtual conference.”   

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