Future Prospects for the Six-Party Talks
Sangsoo Lee and Stina Bergman
The Cheonan and Yeonpyeong incidents last year increased tensions on the Korean Peninsula and created a new “Cold Wartype” situation in Northeast Asia. China has launched a proposal in three phases in order to resume the Six-Party Talks,starting with bilateral meetings. Bilateral talks between ROK and DPRK as well as between DPRK and the U.S. have taken place. The third step is multilateral meetings, but the question remains how the countries participating in the Six-Party Talks can reach this phase? Is there a need for parallel or supplementary dialogue mechanisms?
South Korea’s Foreign Policy in Changing Times: Reversing Course?
Abstract: The tragedy currently unfolding in Ukraine may be a symptom of new dynamics in global geopolitics. The changing balance of power epitomized by the rise of China and the […]
China’s Evolving North Korea Policy
The Center would like to acknowledge that this publication was generously supported by the Korea Foundation. Introduction* It would seem common sense that China’s policies seldom change due to its […]