July 20, 2024

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kina Kunz

Kina Kunz

Kina Kunz is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Otago studying international relations with a focus on Japan and South Korea's decision-making processes in response to the rise of China.

Analysis

Why South Korea and Japan’s radar link plan might be bad news for China

Disagreement between Korea and China on the nature of the “Three Nos” policy sets the two countries on collision course

Kina KunzKina KunzMay 24, 2023
Analysis

Why decoupling from China creates economic and security risks for South Korea

China would have has less reason to consider economic costs and security risks of escalatory policies if delinked

Kina KunzKina KunzNovember 23, 2022
Analysis

Yoon Suk-yeol rejects three nos deal with China in words, but not actions

Seoul appears wary of angering Beijing by openly violating Moon-era agreement, but ambiguous approach also carries risks

Kina KunzKina KunzSeptember 5, 2022