In the News

Jul 21, 2023

Our Experts React Used as Basis for South Korean News Service Article

On July 21, South Korea’s Yonhap News Service used our Experts React on Korean nuclear issues as the basis for an entire article, including quotes from FD senior fellow Rob Soofer, IPSI nonresident senior fellow Thomas Cynkin, and IPSI nonresident fellow Jessica Taylor.

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In the News

Jul 20, 2023

Garlauskas in USA Today and The Hill

On July 20, Markus Garlauskas was quoted in USA Today on US soldier Travis King who was detained by North Korea after fleeing across the border from US military law enforcement authorities. On July 18, Garlauskas explained in an article for The Hill that “Unfortunately, U.S. citizens detained in North Korea are typically used by […]

Korea Politics & Diplomacy

New Atlanticist

Jul 19, 2023

Experts react: South Korea embarks on a new nuclear era. How will it play out?

By Atlantic Council experts

US and South Korean officials just met in Seoul for the inaugural meeting of the Nuclear Consultative Group, a new bilateral platform to coordinate deterrence against a North Korean nuclear attack.

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The Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7), reaffirm our unwavering commitment to the strategic objective of a free, independent, democratic, and sovereign Ukraine, within its internationally recognized borders, capable of defending itself and deterring future aggression. at the 2023 NATO Summit seen next to the Main Media Center, in

New Atlanticist

Jul 11, 2023

Experts react: What NATO’s Vilnius summit means for Ukraine and the Alliance’s future

By Atlantic Council experts

Atlantic Council experts decode the summit's implications for Ukraine's membership, NATO's approach to China, and more.

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In the News

Jul 7, 2023

Cynkin in VOA

On July 6, IPSI Nonresident Senior Fellow Tom Cynkin was quoted in Voice of America to discuss decisions by the United States to de-risk and South Korea to resume dialogue with China. He argues that this isn’t “going soft” on China but rather recognizing the need for good channels of communication even during periods of […]

China Economy & Business

In the News

Jul 6, 2023

Garlauskas and Culver Panelists for VOA Show

On June 30, Markus Garlauskas and Global China Hub Nonresident Senior Fellow John Culver were the guests for Voice of America’s Washington Talk panel discussion show, which focuses on North and South Korean audiences and is often watched by the US Korea analysis and policy community. The discussion focused on the new North Korea intelligence […]

China Intelligence

In the News

Jun 30, 2023

Garlauskas on the Capital Cable

On June 29, Markus Garlauskas was the guest for the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Capital Cable talk show. The moderator, retired US Ambassador Mark Lippert, introduced the show by highlighting Garlauskas’ New Atlanticist piece on the new North Korea intelligence estimate. The discussion that followed addressed a wide range of defense and security […]

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New Atlanticist

Jun 28, 2023

Reading between the lines of the new North Korea intelligence estimate

By Markus Garlauskas

The US intelligence community has just released its National Intelligence Estimate on North Korea, a watershed analysis. But more is worth adding to the discussion.

China Intelligence

In the News

May 31, 2023

Garlauskas in Quartz

On May 30, Markus Garlauskas was quoted in Quartz on North Korean satellites: “Some of the things that North Korea is trying to do…things like ICBMs and [missiles with several warheads]—you’re talking about technology that’s over 50 years old.”

Korea Security & Defense

New Atlanticist

May 20, 2023

Don’t call it a Quint, but South Korea does have a future with the Quad 

By Thomas Cynkin

There is space for South Korea to participate in aspects of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue and other minilateral structures aimed at maintaining international order and security in the Pacific.

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