May 17, 2022

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ramon Pacheco Pardo

Dr. Ramon Pacheco Pardo is the Korea Foundation-Vrije Universiteit Brussel Korea Chair and a Reader in International Relations at King’s College London.

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Analysis

Moon knocks on Biden’s door — and this time, he has a real chance to coax the US

South Korea's president is already canvassing for a full-speed-ahead approach to inter-Korean relations

Ramon Pacheco PardoRamon Pacheco PardoDecember 16, 2020
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Stay the course: Moon bets on sanctions-free engagement with North Korea

The South Korean President is thinking in the long-term and will likely not be deterred by a rough patch in relations

Ramon Pacheco PardoRamon Pacheco PardoMay 11, 2020
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By shunning the South, North Korea is shooting itself in the foot

History has shown that inter-Korean engagement puts pressure on Washington to engage with Pyongyang as well

Ramon Pacheco PardoRamon Pacheco PardoDecember 4, 2019
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Why, to American voters, Trump is already winning on North Korea

Polling data suggests a clear divide between the expert community and U.S. public opinion

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Moon in the Nordics: a Northern European example for Korean peace?

The ROK President drew some notable parallels between the Swedish experience and that of Korea

Ramon Pacheco PardoRamon Pacheco PardoJune 17, 2019
Analysis

Mogherini at Shangri-la: a changing EU policy towards North Korea?

The more players at the table, the more likely an agreement will work

Ramon Pacheco PardoRamon Pacheco PardoJune 3, 2019
Analysis

President Moon goes to Europe: what was, and wasn’t, achieved

While differences remain stark, the mood among EU leaders is shifting in Seoul's favor

Ramon Pacheco PardoRamon Pacheco PardoOctober 21, 2018
Analysis

How the EU fits into North Korea’s current diplomatic rapprochement

Willingness for a new round of pressure if things go wrong is eroding

Ramon Pacheco PardoRamon Pacheco PardoOctober 9, 2018