The U.S think tank Center for Strategic and International Studies said Thursday it launched a website dedicated to research into Korean reunification.
The website, titled "Beyond Parallel," seeks to deliver greater clarity and understanding to policymakers, strategists, and opinion leaders by creating new datasets, presenting satellite imagery, and providing analysis from around the globe on the challenges and opportunities associated with Korean unification, CSIS said in a statement.
The website was founded with sponsorship from the Brzezinski Institute on Geostrategy and the Korea Foundation.
"Beyond Parallel will provide users with an interactive web experience that will change the way we think about unification," said Victor Cha, chief Korea analyst at CSIS. "By bringing new data and transparency to the topic, we hope Beyond Parallel will be of use to policymakers, scholars and opinion leaders." (Yonhap)