John K. Yi

John K. Yi received his M.A. in Eurasian, Russian, and Eastern European Studies at Georgetown University, focusing on Russian foreign policy in East Asia and in the Six Party Talks.

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RIA Novosti

Medvedev’s Second Go at Modernization

05.27.12
  • RIA Novosti

    Kremlin Human Rights Watchdog’s New Master

    05.05.12
  • RIA Novosti

    A Party Without Putin

    04.19.12
  • Pete Souza

    GOP and Putin Find Common Ground: The Cold War

    04.03.12
  • KCNA

    Disengagement the Best Engagement for North Korea

    03.21.12
  • Si-take

    Post-Fukushima Japan’s Energy Market

    02.28.12
  • British Petroleum

    The American Revolution for Energy Independence

    02.17.12
  • Official Website

    Seoul’s “New” Political Parties

    02.05.12
  • Mark Garten

    The Kremlin’s Version of Russia Without Fools

    01.26.12
  • Xinhua

    China, South Korean Energy Competition

    01.13.12
  • Google

    Moscow’s Leadership Gamble in Syria

    01.09.12
  • KCNA

    North Korea’s Show of Stability

    12.23.11
  • Dong-A Ilbo/Getty Images

    China’s Trawler Diplomacy

    12.13.11
  • Leaflet

    Testing Seoul’s Green Energy Abroad

    12.06.11
  • Google

    Matviyenko’s Lessons in the Decentralization of Russia

    11.29.11
  • Sierra Nevada Corporation

    Maintaining U.S. Space Primacy during China’s Rise

    11.11.11
  • NOS Nieuws

    Taking Off the Kid Gloves with Pyongyang

    11.03.11
  • NOS Nieuws

    Japan’s New Security Reality in East Asia

    11.01.11
  • Official Website

    Russia-South Korea Relations: Much ado About Something

    10.26.11
  • Official Website

    The Future of China and Russia Energy Relations

    10.16.11