Peter K Lee
Research Fellow, Foreign Policy and Defence Program – United States Studies Centre
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Déjà vu for Australia-Korea relations
The coincidence of a newly elected Labor prime minister in Australia and a conservative president in South Korea revives memories of the last time the two countries set ambitious bilateral strategic goals, writes Peter K. Lee.
An ideological US China policy misreads Indo-Pacific insecurities
The United States must de-emphasise the ideological agenda against China and develop a strategy that resonates with friends and allies in Asia, writes Peter Lee.
Friends in need: realigning the Australia-South Korea partnership
Beyond the rhetoric of close friendship, the Australia-South Korea security relationship is adrift. As Peter K. Lee argues, a recalibration of international outlooks is needed to forge a genuine strategic partnership and realise their shared potential.