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South Korea’s Innovation Cities: If You Build Them, Will Anyone Come?
September 22, 2018

South Korea’s Innovation Cities: If You Build Them, Will Anyone Come?

By Kyle Ferrier
Can South Korea's government encourage development outside of Seoul?

South Korea-Japan Comfort Women Agreement: Where Do We Go From Here?
September 06, 2016

South Korea-Japan Comfort Women Agreement: Where Do We Go From Here?

By Benjamin Lee
Domestic opposition to the deal in South Korea continues to intensify, posing challenges.
After Electoral Defeat, What Next for Korea's Saenuri?
April 16, 2016

After Electoral Defeat, What Next for Korea's Saenuri?

By John Power
With her party's majority in the National Assembly gone, Park Geun-hye may already be a lame duck.

New Third Party Stuns Mainstream in South Korea’s Elections
April 14, 2016

New Third Party Stuns Mainstream in South Korea’s Elections

By Elaine Ramirez
As the ruling conservatives tumble, a liberal defector now holds the final say in parliament.

History Repeats in South Korea’s Crumbling Opposition
April 05, 2016

History Repeats in South Korea’s Crumbling Opposition

By Elaine Ramirez
At the center of controversy is fallen rebel Ahn Cheol-soo.

South Korean Political Parties' Newest Weapon: Music Videos
March 29, 2016

South Korean Political Parties' Newest Weapon: Music Videos

By Elaine Ramirez
The catchy tunes belie intense in-fighting and defections on both sides.

Can a Right Wing Defector Save Korea's Liberal Opposition?
March 22, 2016

Can a Right Wing Defector Save Korea's Liberal Opposition?

By Elaine Ramirez
For South Korea's liberal camp, a hero rises from the right: Kim Chong-in.
Eyeing Potential Threat From North Korea, Seoul Revisits Anti-Terror Bill
February 24, 2016

Eyeing Potential Threat From North Korea, Seoul Revisits Anti-Terror Bill

By Shannon Tiezzi
South Korea's ruling party, citing terror threats from Pyongyang, urges passage of a long-stalled anti-terror bill.

An Identity Crisis for South Korea's Opposition
December 31, 2015

An Identity Crisis for South Korea's Opposition

By Steven Denney
A high-profile defection highlights the way personal politics stifle Korean democracy.

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