The US-South Korea alliance at 70
The Brookings Institution
North Korea in a new era of US-South Korea partnership
State, society, and markets in North Korea
A conversation with HASC Chairman Adam Smith
Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Center for East Asia Policy Studies
SK-Korea Foundation Chair in Korea Studies
Jonathan D. Pollack
Nonresident Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Center for East Asia Policy Studies, John L. Thornton China Center
Evans J.R. Revere
Nonresident Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Center for East Asia Policy Studies
They’re [Russia and North Korea] leaning on each other because they have no one else to turn to.
On December 14, Andrew Yeo joined the 2022 International Dialogue on North Korean Human Rights for the discussion, “Human Rights in North Korea: Issues and Challenges.”
Yoon’s government is being clear with Beijing that they also have their own national interest and security and economic concerns, and China should respect that.
On December 1, Andrew Yeo joined the Korea Economic Institute of America for the discussion, “KEI 3rd Annual Survey: American Attitudes Towards the Korean Peninsula.”
South Korea is currently juggling a number of competing interests. While the Yoon administration has vowed to enhance defense cooperation with the United States to deter the growing nuclear and missile threat from North Korea, it also needs Beijing’s cooperation to manage the North Korean nuclear challenge.