August 16, 2022

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dylan Stent

Dylan Stent is a Korea Foundation Graduate Studies Scholarship recipient and currently a PhD Candidate at Victoria University of Wellington. His study looks at the development of a unification consensus among South Korean elites when crafting inter-Korean policy in the democratic era.

Analysis

Continuing arms race between Koreas risks deepening security dilemma

Behind reconciliation rhetoric, Seoul has increased military spending in response to North Korea’s clear nuclear threat

Dylan StentDylan StentAugust 24, 2021
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Analysis

Why Moon Jae-in can’t be pressured into tackling North Korean human rights

President Moon Jae-in failed to implement parts of a North Korean human rights act and continues to rebuff the topic

Dylan StentDylan StentMarch 24, 2021
Analysis

Moon’s reaction to shooting victim’s death risks his party’s time in office

North Korean soldiers killed government worker from South on Sept. 22, and Moon took six days to state his condolences

Dylan StentDylan StentOctober 13, 2020