Institute for National Security Strategy
The Institute for National Security Strategy (INSS) is a government-funded public research institute that was newly inaugurated in February 2007, integrating the Institute for National Security Policy and the Institute for Unification Policy. It stems from the Research Institute for International Affairs (RIIA) which was established in September, 1977.The INSS has addressed a wide range of in-depth analyses and policy alternatives in regards to diplomacy, security, economic policies, and inter-Korean issues. Furthermore, the INSS has developed future strategies to lead the country to be more advanced and has expanded its scope of studies to the fields of new security issues including global terrorism, international crimes, industrial security, and cyber security as the concepts of security have been evolving.
|1 Journal in JSTOR||Date Range|
|The Journal of East Asian Affairs||1981 - 2016|