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South Korean Ruling Party Wins Supermajority in Legislative Election
April 17, 2020

South Korean Ruling Party Wins Supermajority in Legislative Election

By Associated Press
President Moon’s Democratic Party and its affiliate won 180 out of 300 seats, buoyed by public support for the government’s COVID-19 response.
South Korea’s Response to COVID-19 in Africa 
April 15, 2020

South Korea’s Response to COVID-19 in Africa 

By R. Maxwell Bone & Matthew Minsoo Kim
COVID-19 has presented new opportunities for cooperation between South Korea and Africa. 

South Korea’s Coronavirus-Era Online Learning Hits Snag 
April 15, 2020

South Korea’s Coronavirus-Era Online Learning Hits Snag 

By Tae-jun Kang
The roll-out of distance learning is off to a rocky start.

Inter-Korean Relations Amid COVID-19
April 14, 2020

Inter-Korean Relations Amid COVID-19

By Magnus Lundström
The North’s stonewalling of South Korean assistance is more proof that Kim Jong Un has little interest in reconciliation.

South Korea’s Experiment in Pandemic Surveillance
April 13, 2020

South Korea’s Experiment in Pandemic Surveillance

By Eun A Jo
South Korea is a testing ground for how to balance robust surveillance in the name of public health with individual privacy rights.
South Korea’s Election: Beyond Coronavirus
April 10, 2020

South Korea’s Election: Beyond Coronavirus

By Thomas Kalinowski
Beyond COVID-19, can the upcoming parliamentary election help heal serious weaknesses in South Korea’s political system?

South Korea Goes to the Polls Despite COVID–19 Pandemic
April 10, 2020

South Korea Goes to the Polls Despite COVID–19 Pandemic

By Bruce Klingner
The election results will set the tone of South Korea’s domestic and foreign policies for the next two years.
South Korea Ramps-up Exports of COVID-19 Testing Kits
April 09, 2020

South Korea Ramps-up Exports of COVID-19 Testing Kits

By Kyle Ferrier
South Korea's mass testing helped keep its outbreak under control. Now other countries are hoping to benefit from Korea's testing capacity.

The North Korean Subplots in South Korea’s National Assembly Elections
April 09, 2020

The North Korean Subplots in South Korea’s National Assembly Elections

By Troy Stangarone
Besides a new party established by North Korean refugees, some big names are running for individual seats.

Elections in the Time of COVID-19
April 02, 2020

Elections in the Time of COVID-19

By Jenna Gibson
South Korea’s ruling party hopes to maintain its control of the legislature in upcoming election.

Did Kim’s Vladivostok Visit Reshape Russia-North Korea Relations?
April 01, 2020

Did Kim’s Vladivostok Visit Reshape Russia-North Korea Relations?

By Niall Gray
A year after Kim Jong Un’s first summit with Putin, where do Russia-North Korea relations stand?
A Democratic Response to Coronavirus: Lessons From South Korea
March 30, 2020

A Democratic Response to Coronavirus: Lessons From South Korea

By Eun A Jo
South Korea’s success thus far isn’t just due to its government. The public itself has been a crucial part of the story.

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