Emerging New Military Technologies in Northeast Asia and Implications for South Korean Defense Strategy

By |2023-08-16T15:52:50-10:00August 16th, 2023|

Navy Captain Sukjoon Yoon, ROKN retired The Korea Institute for Military Affairs Ⅰ. Introduction Military rivalry in Northeast Asia is intensifying, though there is a great disparity in military power among the countries of the region. The recent emergence of innovative military technologies is therefore proving attractive to many. There is now a race to develop a variety of ambitious high-end next-generation weapons and systems, with such platforms expected to offer some military edge in a future war. It is difficult to predict the consequences of the general development and spread of the emerging new military technologies. It could result [...]

APCSS professor participates in workshop on emerging markets and mounting tensions

By |2020-04-02T11:22:29-10:00March 20th, 2014|

Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies’(APCSS) professor Dr. Mohan Malik participated in a two-day workshop on “Emerging Markets & Mounting Tension: Doing Business in the Face of Potential Conflict in the Indo-Pacific Region” sponsored by the School of Public Policy of the University of Calgary, Canada, March 11-12, 2014. The focus of the workshop was on examining challenges and opportunities created by the shift in global economic power towards the broader Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean region. Workshop speakers included former Canadian ambassadors, Defense and Foreign Affairs officials: Amb. (Ret.) Joseph Caron, Amb (Ret.) Marius Grinius, Doreen Steidle, Rear Adm. (Ret.)  Nigel [...]

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