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What the Revamp of the Japan-US Alliance Structure Means for South Korea

What the Revamp of the Japan-US Alliance Structure Means for South Korea

By James JB Park
New security and military arrangements will have knock-on effects for both Japan and South Korea, their respective U.S. forces, and the regional security architecture.

India-South Korea-US Trilateral Technology Cooperation

India-South Korea-US Trilateral Technology Cooperation

By Wondeuk Cho and Simran Walia
New developments mark a turning point for the India-South Korea special strategic partnership.
How the Sewol Sinking Changed South Korea

How the Sewol Sinking Changed South Korea

By Sera Yeong Seo Park
10 years on, bereaved families and their supporters continue to push for justice and accountability in all manner of man-made tragedies.

Mongolia to Strengthen Tourism and Creative Industry Ties With South Korea

Mongolia to Strengthen Tourism and Creative Industry Ties With South Korea

By Bolor Lkhaajav
As showcased in the Mongolian prime minister's recent visit, Mongolia sees South Korea as a crucial partner in diversifying its economy.

The Korean Peninsula in Euro-Atlantic Relations 

The Korean Peninsula in Euro-Atlantic Relations 

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Antonio Fiori.

South Korea’s Legislative Election: What Went Wrong for the PPP?

South Korea’s Legislative Election: What Went Wrong for the PPP?

By Kyle Pope
The leadup to the election saw President Yoon Suk-yeol embroiled in a series of damaging incidents. His party paid the price.

In South Korea, President Yoon’s Lame Duck Era Officially Begins

In South Korea, President Yoon’s Lame Duck Era Officially Begins

By Mitch Shin
The opposition Democratic Party of Korea won a landslide victory in the 22nd general elections, largely due to Yoon's unpopularity.
Exit Polls Suggest a Big Win for South Korea’s Liberal Opposition Parties in Parliamentary Election

Exit Polls Suggest a Big Win for South Korea’s Liberal Opposition Parties in Parliamentary Election

By Hyung-jin Kim
Unofficial exit polls suggest the Democratic Party could expand its majority, which would leave conservative President Yoon Suk-yeol a lame duck for his remaining three years in office.

South Korea Launches Its 2nd Military Spy Satellite as North Korea Vows to Do the Same

South Korea Launches Its 2nd Military Spy Satellite as North Korea Vows to Do the Same

By Hyung-jin Kim
The Koreas each launched their first spy satellites last year – North Korea in November and South Korea in December – amid heightened animosities.

South Korea’s President Meets Leader of Doctors’ Strike, Seeking End to Walkout

South Korea’s President Meets Leader of Doctors’ Strike, Seeking End to Walkout

By Hyung-jin Kim
Public surveys show that a majority of ordinary South Koreans support Yoon's plan to sharply increase medical school admissions.

A Balancing Crisis: Managing Foreign and Domestic Policy Ahead of the South Korean Election

A Balancing Crisis: Managing Foreign and Domestic Policy Ahead of the South Korean Election

By Kayla Orta
The April 10 election will have far-reaching implications for the nation's domestic and foreign policy moving forward.
What the Return of Trump Would Mean for South Korea

What the Return of Trump Would Mean for South Korea

By Clint Work
The former president called into question the U.S. force presence in Korea – the foundation for the alliance.

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