Korean Peninsula

The Trump-Kim Summit and Implications For Australia

Following the historic events of last week, the situation on the Korean Peninsula could go one of three ways, each with significant implications for Australia.

Australia and the Korean Crisis: Confronting the limits of influence?

In this op-ed for the Australian Financial Review, O'Neil, Taylor and Tow explore Australia's position in the upcoming summits on the Korean Peninsula.

Australia and the Korean Crisis: Confronting the limits of influence?

In this Centre of Gravity paper, Professors O’Neil, Taylor and Tow argued that the apparent optimism surrounding the upcoming ‘season of summitry’ on the Korean Peninsula should be tempered by the

Keynote Address by Frances Adamson, Secretary, DFAT at Australia-Korea Policy Roundtable

"When the policy roundtable was first mooted ... the North Korean question was, without doubt, one of the most significant foreign policy issues the world faced."

Thinking seriously about Asia's arms control

The time to think seriously about the prospects for controlling Asia’s nuclear arsenals has arrived, writes Dr Benjamin Zala

Saving Face on the Korean Peninsula

Peter Van Ness, ‘Saving Face on the Korean Peninsula’, East Asia Forum, 5 May 2017.

A Korean Season of Summitry

As one of the chief investigators at an Australia-Korea Foundation policy roundtable, Dr Brendan Taylor explains the risks of conflict in Korea.

Unravelling the Inter-Korean Summit

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The United States and Asia in 2013: From Primacy to Marginalization?

Published in Asian Survey, 54(1) 2014: 12-21.

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