Center for National Security Studies
The EAI National Security Research Center analyzes complex changes in the domestic, regional and global security order from both theoretical and practical perspectives. It aims to establish a knowledge network by examining prospects for peace in inter-Korean relations, unification strategies, regional strategies for security in East Asia, and middle power strategies for increasing cooperation between superpowers. The Center conducts in-depth research on various security issues and operates the comprehensive English-language website "Global North Korea".
[Articles][Working Paper] Rising China, Developmental Security and the Emerging Order in the Asia-Pacific
2019-04-18 |Feiteng Zhong
[Articles][Global NK Commentary] South Korea´s Denuclearization Policy: A Never Ending Story?
2019-04-15 |Won Gon Park
[Articles][Working Paper] From Big to Powerful: China´s Quest for Security and Power in the Age of Innovation
2019-04-04 |Tai Ming Cheung
[Articles][Working Paper] The History of Conceptual Bifurcation of `Peace´ in the Two Koreas
2019-03-28 |Young-Sun Ha
[Articles][Global NK Commentary] Towards a Successful Third US-North Korea Summit: Finding Convergence between Two Denuclearization Calculations
2019-03-06 |Young-Sun Ha
[Articles][Global NK Commentary] For Kim Jong Un, Trump is the Best, and the Last, Opportunity
2019-02-15 |Seong-ho Sheen
[Articles][Global NK Commentary] North Korea´s New Year´s Address and Prospects for the North Korean Nuclear Issue in 2019
2019-01-21 |Chaesung Chun