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The Korea Policy Institute (KPI) is an independent research and educational institute whose mission is to provide timely analysis of United States policies toward Korea and developments on the Korean peninsula. Please support KPI’s efforts to provide the information and analysis needed to inform a U.S. policy that respects the Korean peoples’ desire for peace, sovereignty, reconciliation, and the reunification of Korea.

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The online, open-access Ending the Korean War Teaching Collective syllabus is a political education platform serving as an anti-imperialist tool against permanent war. The syllabus is organized into thematic modules designed for scholars, educators, and activists alike.

KPI Associate Tim Shorrock

On Former Prime Minister of Japan Assassinated

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KPI Associate Simone Chun 

On A Geopolitical Perspective of the Biden-Yoon Summit

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Flashpoints, 94.1 KPFA

July 8, 2022

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JCN TV

May 23, 2022

 

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KPI Associate Simone Chun

On the Impact of South Korea elections on Korea peace efforts

Korea Peace Now!

April 11, 2022

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KPI Projects

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KPI READERS

The Korea Policy Institute readers are free downloadable resources for classrooms, study groups, and individuals seeking critical context to the unfolding situation on the Korean peninsula. 

VOICES FOR PEACE IN KOREA

KPI is pleased to announce the winners of its 2021 Voices of Peace contest. The winners are “Obangsaek” by Andy Seungu Choi (essay), Untitled essay by Quynh-May Nguyen (essay), Untitled Poem by Sydney Gil (poetry), and “Silhouette Video” by Joan Gwak (visual). Click  here  to view submissions.

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