On December 1, CSPS hosted Dr. Ki-Jung Kim, President of the Korean Institute for National Security Strategy, and his delegation of researchers, for a roundtable discussion with Schar School faculty and graduate students. Dr. Kim presented his analysis of peace efforts by the current Korean government towards North Korea. The visit was organized by Dr. […]
The Center for Security Policy Studies-Korea (CSPS-K) conducted the 2021 CSPS-Korea Knowledge In Motion Series on <Refugees: Our Unfounded Fear> on November 24, 2021. The Series addressed the struggles, hardships, and barriers refugees face when attempting to find and resettle into a new home. Through the use of the documentary, “This is Home: A Refugee […]
CSPS Fellow Kimberly Talley discusses the recent COP26 conference and its failure to achieve real action on climate change.
CSPS Fellow Noah Zoroya explains the catch-22 facing US policymakers as they try to maintain a technological edge over China without hurting US businesses through export controls.
CSPS Fellow Caroline Wesson explains how the implications of AI affect government behavior in the context of US-China competition.
The Center for Security Policy Studies-Korea (CSPS-K) conducted a 2021 CSPS-Korea Annual Symposium, <Human Security in the Gray Zone: North Korean Defectors and Their Children> on 26 May 2021. The symposium addressed the unprotected rights of the children born in the third country, efforts made by NGOs and international organizations, and the further steps needed […]
CSPS Fellow Caroline Wesson writes about the use of soft power and discusses the effectiveness of developing cultural soft power.
CSPS-Korea Fellow Su A Cho discusses China’s silence towards the military coup in Myanmar.
CSPS Fellow Dylan Crawford discusses US-Chinese relations and the continuing competition between the two states under the Biden administration.
CSPS Fellow Connor Monie discusses the similarities between the Biden administration’s approach to NATO and the Trump administration.