What Tweets, Retweets and Emojis Tell Us About the Japan-South Korea-US Trilateral
By Saif Shahin and Kyungsun Karen Lee
The social media posts of South Korean, Japanese, and U.S. missions reveal what lies behind their recent public display of bonhomie.
The China Factor in Japan-South Korea Rapprochement
By Corey Lee Bell, Elena Collinson, and Xunpeng Shi
Long-running trade rivalries between the two nations are now being eclipsed by the common threat posed by China’s economic transformation.
Momentum Building in the Japan-South Korea Partnership
By Kyoko Imai
Asia’s two leading democracies have no choice but to put their historical differences aside. That’s clear from recent engagement between Kishida and Yoon.
Will Japan’s Kishida Take Relations With the Koreas in a New Direction?
By Jason Bartlett
Kishida looks likely to maintain a typical Japanese approach to the two Koreas.
South Korea and Japan Continue to Struggle to Bridge Their Differences
By Troy Stangarone
A spate of recent exchanges could be seen as an accomplishment in and of itself, but there has been little concrete progress toward a solution on the forced labor issue.
The Japan-Korea Dispute Over the 1965 Agreement
By Jinyul Ju
In fact, the agreement makes the path to resolution quite clear.
The True Meaning of American Leadership in the Korea-Japan Crisis
By Brian J. Kim
What does American leadership even mean?
GSOMIA and the Shadow of ‘Lee-Myung-Park-Geun-Hye’
By Brian Kim
A tale of political revenge?
Japan, South Korea Foreign Ministers Meet Amid Bilateral Chill
By Daniel Hurst
Just before the meeting, South Korea accused Japan of a provocative flight over a Korean destroyer.
Japan, South Korea in Row Over Alleged Radar-Lock Incident
By Ankit Panda
Seoul denies that its warship deliberately locked on to a Japanese military aircraft.