Twitter | Search | |
Asan Institute DC
A resource for information, dialogue, and policy-relevant research to promote better relations between Asia and the United States
139
Tweets
515
Following
488
Followers
Tweets
Asan Institute DC 22 Oct 18
What's happened the last 2 weeks in Korea? Korea/Japan relations, inter-Korean relations, Moon in Europe, SMA negotiations, Black Thursday, lowered growth rate forecast, interest rate freeze & more Check out the latest Asan Korea Perspective here:
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
. : How much money does US Treasury get back for canceling the joint ROK-US exercises? Zero. It will get spent somewhere else. 💸
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
Choi Kang of : Trump’s view on suspending US-ROK Mil Exercises is about money. Other potential issues on the table for the is burden sharing agreement and troop withdrawal.
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
. : Chinese will be more open with their engagement with to keep them on life support while damaging US interests and preferences for the region
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
. : Chinese leaders/scholars are seeing The Korean Peninsula through the lens of competition with the US. The was a big win for them.
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
. on : if KJU’s aspiration is more than about life support, then sanctions will be the critical leverage we are looking for in
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
Go Myoung-Hyun of : China is a potential stabilizing factor for the as it assists economically. And will give it more means and time to sustain in the stage.
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
Go Myong-Hyun of : What really wants is loosening of . It’s running out of time and money.
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC retweeted
Rachel Oswald 14 Jun 18
"The reason why 'verifiable' wasn't in the [Singapore] statement is b/c NKorea wouldn't allow it and the U.S. went along w/ it" says at
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC retweeted
J. James Kim 14 Jun 18
Replying to @asaninst
“There is agreement about the complete part but there appears to be a gap on verification part” Go MH
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC retweeted
J. James Kim 14 Jun 18
Replying to @AbeDenmark
“The only reason verifiable was not in the joint statement is because North Korea wouldn’t allow it”
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC retweeted
J. James Kim 14 Jun 18
“Complete is not verifiable” - we need clarity on complete denuclearization. Label doesn’t matter much as what “complete” means. It should include verification.
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC retweeted
International Student Conferences 14 Jun 18
‘Verifiable is not in the joint statement because North Korea did not want it, and US went along with it’ - at the event
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
Go Myong-Hyun of on agreement: 1. Official- left to interpretation, and 2. informal- NK shutting down missile testing facility and US suspending mil exercises — this becomes a deal, based on trust.
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
. on 3 challenges: 1. Definition of and danger of ambiguity (CD versus CVID), 2. US has to be prepared to stay course of the negotiations, and 3. Think about reciprocal actions
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC retweeted
J. James Kim 14 Jun 18
Recommendation for the Trump team: 1) Insist on reciprocal action (avoid unilateral concession - joint exercise; meeting with KJU; 2) Not allow NK to draw this out.
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
. on next steps: let’s first achieve freeze of nuclear and missile program so that the US can be on equal footing
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 14 Jun 18
Choi Kang kicking off today’s panel on the future of the ROK-US and feat and Go Myong-Hyun
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 13 Jun 18
Last Day to Register: What Next? Future of the ROK-US Alliance and North Korea (June 14)
Reply Retweet Like
Asan Institute DC 9 Jun 18
Join us on June 14! Asan Seminar: What Next? Future of the ROK-US Alliance and featuring and experts Choi Kang, Go Myong-Hyun, RSVP here:
Reply Retweet Like