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Is South Korea Ready to Say Goodbye to Its National Security Law?
December 21, 2018

Is South Korea Ready to Say Goodbye to Its National Security Law?

By Tae-jun Kang
Amid the inter-Korean thaw, it's time to revisit the 70-year-old law against praising North Korea.
Inter-Korean Cooperation: More Than Tangerines and Mushrooms
December 15, 2018

Inter-Korean Cooperation: More Than Tangerines and Mushrooms

By Rachel Xian
Small concessions are psychologically transforming the North-South relationship.

Can North and South Korea Narrow Their Gap Through Media Exchanges?
December 07, 2018

Can North and South Korea Narrow Their Gap Through Media Exchanges?

By Tae-jun Kang
Negative and false reporting is a problem for both Koreas. But how to address it without stifling South Korean freedom?

Is a Joint Korean Olympics Possible – or Desirable?
November 27, 2018

Is a Joint Korean Olympics Possible – or Desirable?

By Timothy S. Rich and Isabel Eliassen
In a recent survey, South Koreans support the idea – but less so when the question of cost comes up.

Seoul Is Testing US Patience Over North Korea Sanctions
November 17, 2018

Seoul Is Testing US Patience Over North Korea Sanctions

By Yigal Chazan
South Korea’s Moon Jae-in risks breaching American and UN measures in wooing Pyongyang.
South Korean Broadcasters Change the Way They Cover North Korea
November 02, 2018

South Korean Broadcasters Change the Way They Cover North Korea

By Tae-jun Kang
As the inter-Korean thaw continues, South Korean broadcasters are getting more serious about reporting on the North.

Feeling Blue: South Korea's Passport Debate
October 19, 2018

Feeling Blue: South Korea's Passport Debate

By Tae-jun Kang
South Korea's plan to change the color of its passport to the same hue used by North Korea faces public concern.
Housing in the Hermit Kingdom: North Korea's Real Estate Market
October 05, 2018

Housing in the Hermit Kingdom: North Korea's Real Estate Market

By Tae-jun Kang
Thawing relations have South Koreans thinking about investing in North Korean real estate.

What’s Behind North Korea’s Pine Mushroom Gift to South?
September 28, 2018

What’s Behind North Korea’s Pine Mushroom Gift to South?

By Tae-jun Kang
How a humble mushroom became fraught with meaning for inter-Korea relations.

What’s Next for South Korea's ‘Defense Reform 2.0’ Initiative?
September 07, 2018

What’s Next for South Korea's ‘Defense Reform 2.0’ Initiative?

By Sukjoon Yoon
Moon's plan is primarily concerned with political and social reform, but the military viewpoint must also be taken into account.

North Korea: A Hermit No More
August 01, 2018

North Korea: A Hermit No More

By Aidan Foster-Carter
In a striking U-turn, Kim Jong Un has shifted from bellicosity to diplomacy.
In Trump and Kim Jong Un We Trust?
July 16, 2018

In Trump and Kim Jong Un We Trust?

By Clint Work
Recent polling data reveals South Koreans are looking more favorably on both the U.S. and North Korean leaders.

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