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June 2024

The Dangers of Cognitive Warfare in the South China Sea: The Philippine Experience

KIMS Periscope No. 352 National Police College, Philippines Professor Amparo Pamela Fabe pdf view The Philippines has always espoused its firm adherence to an international rules-based order in the South China Sea. Furthermore, it has also renounced war as an instrument of national policy and advocated peaceful resolution to conflicts. However, escalating coercive actions by […]

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Russia in the Asia-Pacific region and the Korean Peninsula: traditional low profile, “forgotten backyard” or “new challenge”?

KIMS Periscope No. 351 Russian State University Professor Yury Sigov pdf view The military conflict between Russia and Ukraine, which has been going on for more than two years (or as it is called in Moscow, “the conflict with the collective West”) has dramatically changed the balance of forces in the world, including in the

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Special Lecture at Chungnam National University

On June 3, 2024, the Korea Institute for Maritime Strategy sponsored a special lecture at Chungnam National University. Dr. Won-sik Yoon, Dean of Defense Agency for Spiritual & Mental Force Enhancement, joined as a lecturer and gave presentation titled “Maritime provocations of North Korea and the importance of spiritual and mental enhancement”. Students who are

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Partnership Diplomacy for Philippine Maritime Security: Revival under Marcos Jr. and Strategic Convergence with the Republic of Korea

KIMS Periscope No. 350 University of the Philippines Diliman Assistant Professor Edcel John A. Ibarra pdf view Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is abandoning the foreign policy of his predecessor, Rodrigo Duterte, and is instead reviving the strategy first implemented by Duterte’s predecessor, Benigno Aquino III. This revival is most visible in President Marcos Jr.’s

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