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Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Who Should Pay for What?
August 09, 2015

Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Who Should Pay for What?

By Leon Whyte
The cost burden of U.S. Forces Korea has become contentious, and is likely to remain that way.
Understanding Economic Change in North Korea
August 07, 2015

Understanding Economic Change in North Korea

By Steven Denney
How will North Korea's economic changes impact the country’s political and social future?

Symbol of Inter-Korean Reconciliation Visits North Korea
August 06, 2015

Symbol of Inter-Korean Reconciliation Visits North Korea

By John Power
Can the wife of former president Kim Dae-jung spark a breakthrough in inter-Korean relations?

Evolution of the US-ROK Alliance: North Korea Threat Profile
August 01, 2015

Evolution of the US-ROK Alliance: North Korea Threat Profile

By Leon Whyte
The DPRK threat ensures that the original purpose of the alliance remains relevant.

Three Geopolitical Constraints on South Korea’s Foreign Policy
August 01, 2015

Three Geopolitical Constraints on South Korea’s Foreign Policy

By Scott A. Snyder
What constraints must Seoul overcome to be an effective middle power?
Is South Korea's Intelligence Agency Spying on Its Own Citizens?
August 01, 2015

Is South Korea's Intelligence Agency Spying on Its Own Citizens?

By Steven Denney
Leaked documents suggest Korea's NIS was trying to spy on its own citizens via the Kakao Talk app.

How Is North Korea's Economy Doing?
July 31, 2015

How Is North Korea's Economy Doing?

By John Power
A recent report suggests North Korea's economy is making progress. Can we know for sure?
Youth Unemployment at 15-Year High in South Korea
July 31, 2015

Youth Unemployment at 15-Year High in South Korea

By Steven Denney
Youth unemployment--and corresponding pessimism--is riding high in South Korea.

After Iran, North Korea Next?
July 28, 2015

After Iran, North Korea Next?

By Lauren Dickey
Could China lead the way in resuming talks with North Korea?

A More 'Flexible' US Approach to North Korea?
July 28, 2015

A More 'Flexible' US Approach to North Korea?

By Ankit Panda
The United States may be willing to negotiate with North Korea with fewer preconditions.

Weak Yen Spells Trouble for Korean Exporters
July 24, 2015

Weak Yen Spells Trouble for Korean Exporters

By Steven Denney
A weak yen could give Japan an edge over Korean exporters in the short- and long-term.
Donald Trump’s Problem With the US-Korea Alliance
July 23, 2015

Donald Trump’s Problem With the US-Korea Alliance

By John Power
The Republican presidential candidate accuses South Korea of free-riding on the U.S. military.

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