Is South Korea’s President Yoon Really ‘Tough on China’?
By Jae Chang
Despite President Yoon Suk-yeol’s campaign promises, his actions show that South Korea’s foreign policy still operates within Chinese constraints.
Managing Cross-Regional Expectations After the NATO Summit
By Peter K. Lee, Alice Nason, and Tom Corben
Inter-regional solidarity in the face of aggression is welcome. But there are hard limits to hard commitments outside of a country’s home region.
Japan’s NATO Outreach Bears Fruit
By Mina Pollmann
Prime Minister Kishida's emphasis on unity with NATO over Russia paid off with recognition of China as a challenge to NATO's interests and security.
Following NATO Summit, North Korea Denounces US-South Korea-Japan Joint Military Cooperation
By Mitch Shin
North Korea’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson said the country will beef up its self-defense capabilities against the U.S. and its allies.
Japan-South Korea Tensions on Display at NATO Summit
By Duncan Bartlett
A meeting between the leaders of Japan and South Korea has shown the issues that divide them, including North Korea.
Can South Korea Bridge NATO and the US Indo-Pacific Strategy?
By Sukjoon Yoon
What is the link between the North Atlantic and the Indo-Pacific regions, and what is South Korea’s role in this reimagined security framework?
From Europe, Yoon Suk Yeol Calls for International Cooperation on North Korea’s Nuclear and Missile Threats
By Mitch Shin
As China opposed Yoon’s attendance at the NATO meetings, Seoul will likely face more complicated obstacles to deter North Korea’s nuclear and missile developments.