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.
CSPS Fellow Kimberly Talley discusses the challenges posed by domestic terrorism in the US.
CSPS Fellow Kevin McKenna discusses the recents Exchange Hack and options moving forward for preventing future ransomware attacks.
CSPS Fellow Beatriz Pascual-Macias provides a set of policy recommendations to help mitigate the EU’s dependence on China for access to Rare Earth Elements.
CSPS Fellow Noah Zoroya discusses the importance of cause marketing and government regulations in response to the Uighur genocide ongoing in China.
CSPS Fellow Ilya Kim discusses the controversies between the South Korean government and the civilians surrounding the Jeju Naval Base.