Peterson Institute publications
The Peterson Institute for International Economics is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan
research institution devoted to the study of international economic policy. More › ›
RSS News Feed Search

Peterson Perspectives
Interviews on Current Issues

A Korea-US Summit: Tensions and Opportunities: Part II

May 7, 2013

Marcus Noland explains why South Korean President Park is an inspirational and divisive figure at home, but that US-Korea economic ties are healthy now.





RELATED INTERVIEWS

A Korea-US Summit: Tensions and Opportunities: Part I May 6, 2013

New Threats of War from North Korea: Part II April 10, 2013

New Threats of War from North Korea: Part I April 9, 2013

A New Era in South Korea? December 19, 2012

North Korea's Immunity to Outside Pressure: Part I December 12, 2012

North Korea's Immunity to Outside Pressure: Part II December 12, 2012

Obama, Romney, and Trade: Part I October 25, 2012

Elusive Economic Reforms in North Korea: Part II September 26, 2012

Elusive Economic Reforms in North Korea: Part I September 25, 2012

North Korea's Rocket Fizzle Creates New Dangers April 13, 2012