Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Abandonment Fears
June 22, 2015
Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Abandonment Fears
South Korea has at times had reason to fear the strength of its alliance with the United States. Part II in a series.
Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Abandonment Fears
South Korea's History Textbook Controversy
April 04, 2015
South Korea's History Textbook Controversy
A South Korean court ruled in favor of allowing the Ministry of Education to mandate history textbook revisions.
South Korea's History Textbook Controversy
What ‘Clean India’ Can Learn From South Korea’s New Village Movement
October 23, 2014
What ‘Clean India’ Can Learn From South Korea’s New Village Movement
The methods of Seoul’s meteoric rise could help spur Indian growth.
What ‘Clean India’ Can Learn From South Korea’s New Village Movement
South Korea: Dependence in the Age of OPCON
July 09, 2014
South Korea: Dependence in the Age of OPCON
The transfer of wartime operational control is part of larger questions about the US-ROK alliance.
South Korea: Dependence in the Age of OPCON
Why Did North Korea Build Nukes While South Korea Foreswore Them?
May 10, 2014
Why Did North Korea Build Nukes While South Korea Foreswore Them?
The conventional military balance on the Korean Peninsula best explains North and South Korea’s nuclear trajectories.
Why Did North Korea Build Nukes While South Korea Foreswore Them?
North Korea Calls S. Korean Leader a ‘Dirty Comfort Woman’
April 29, 2014
North Korea Calls S. Korean Leader a ‘Dirty Comfort Woman’
North Korea has stooped to a new low in its ongoing sexist tirades against South Korean President Park Geun-hye.
North Korea Calls S. Korean Leader a ‘Dirty Comfort Woman’
Park Geun-hye Takes the Reins
February 23, 2013
Park Geun-hye Takes the Reins
Park enters office in South Korea facing a daunting array of domestic and foreign policy challenges. She may very well prove up to the task.
Park Geun-hye Takes the Reins
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