Time for a Constitutional Change in South Korea?
By Bruce Harrison
In the wake of Park Geun-hye's downfall, some argue the time is right to change the role of the presidency.
South Korea: The Politics Behind the History Wars
By Kyu Seok Shim
Latent within South Korea’s state-controlled history textbook controversy, a Game of Thrones
South Korea’s Opposition Gained Ground in September
By Steven Denney
Despite intra-party feuds, both the NPAD and its leader, Moon Jae-in, received a popularity boost last month.
Three Geopolitical Constraints on South Korea’s Foreign Policy
By Scott A. Snyder
What constraints must Seoul overcome to be an effective middle power?
South Korea’s Next Presidential Candidates
By Harry W.S. Lee
Already candidates are emerging for the next presidential elections.
South Korea’s Ruling Party Scores Big At Polls
By Yong Kwon
The ruling Saenuri party took 11 seats in the by-election, giving it a strong majority in the legislature.