South Korea

  • Manning: China's Affair with the 'Other Korea'

    Brent Scowcroft Center Senior Fellow Robert Manning writes for the National Interest on China's relationship with North Korea and South Korea:

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  • Manning: Kim Jong Un Wants to Talk

    Brent Scowcroft Center Senior Fellow Robert Manning writes for the Wall Street Journal on why South Korea's leadership should set some terms ahead of a potential summit with North Korea: 

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  • Adm. Winnefeld: "We're Not Betting on Dennis Rodman as Our Deterrent" Against North Korea

    Yonhap News features remarks made by Admiral James Winnefeld, the keynote speaker at the Atlantic Council's annual conference on global missile defense:

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  • The Future of US-Korea Alliance and Extended Deterrence in East Asia

    The US-Republic of Korea Defense Treaty, which continues to serve as the cornerstone of the bilateral alliance and underwrite its central role in Washington's rebalance strategy to the Asia-Pacific, marked its 60th anniversary in 2013. Through extended deterrence and the full range of conventional and nuclear US military capabilities, the United States remains dedicated to the defense of South Korea and to peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and the broader East Asian region. A not-for-attribution roundtable briefing hosted by the Atlantic Council's Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security gathered leading experts in the field to discuss the strategic challenges and opportunities the alliance and US extended deterrence in East Asia are likely to face in the future.
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