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Deciphering Kim Jong Un’s Second Policy Speech
October 15, 2021

Deciphering Kim Jong Un’s Second Policy Speech

By ISOZAKI Atsuhito
A familiar mix of hard and soft tactics.

At UN, Moon Again Calls for Declaration to End the Korean War
September 23, 2021

At UN, Moon Again Calls for Declaration to End the Korean War

By Mitch Shin
Moon wants to lead cooperation among neighboring countries to tackle Korean Peninsula issues, but there is little interest from the other parties.
Anti-China Sentiment and South Korea’s Presidential Race
September 21, 2021

Anti-China Sentiment and South Korea’s Presidential Race

By Thomas Chan and Seong Hyeon Choi
How will souring perceptions of China affect South Korea’s next election and its future foreign policy?

The Quest for Strategic Balance and South Korea’s Indo-Pacific Conundrum
August 13, 2021

The Quest for Strategic Balance and South Korea’s Indo-Pacific Conundrum

By Wongi Choe
Seoul is walking a fine line, carefully calibrating its cooperation with U.S. initiatives in the Indo-Pacific.

Kim Joon-hyung on How Seoul Can Lead Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula 
August 10, 2021

Kim Joon-hyung on How Seoul Can Lead Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula 

By Mitch Shin
The Diplomat’s Mitch Shin interviews Dr. Kim Joon-hyung, chancellor of Korea National Diplomatic Academy, on the Korean peace process.

What the Next South Korean President Can Learn From Moon’s Diplomatic Challenge
July 07, 2021

What the Next South Korean President Can Learn From Moon’s Diplomatic Challenge

By Jong Eun Lee
Every president will face the exact same difficulty: To advance North Korea policy, Seoul needs to have all the main players on its side.

South Korea’s New Southern Policy: The Indonesia Dimension
June 29, 2021

South Korea’s New Southern Policy: The Indonesia Dimension

By Noto Suoneto
President Moon's policy seems tailor-made for Indonesia, but much more can be done to improve the relationship between the two nations.
Can South Korea Keep up its Momentum on Climate after the P4G Seoul Summit?
June 04, 2021

Can South Korea Keep up its Momentum on Climate after the P4G Seoul Summit?

By Kyle Ferrier
South Korea has a chance to close the gap between rhetoric and action on climate change.

How the Biden-Moon Summit Reset the South Korea-US Alliance
May 28, 2021

How the Biden-Moon Summit Reset the South Korea-US Alliance

By Sukjoon Yoon
Both the U.S. and South Korea made compromises that could have long-term ramifications for the region's geopolitical balance.

Biden Pulls South Korea Closer in Alignment With US Indo-Pacific Strategy
May 24, 2021

Biden Pulls South Korea Closer in Alignment With US Indo-Pacific Strategy

By Gabriela Bernal
The Indo-Pacific focus of the Biden-Moon joint statement was notable.

Moon’s Prosecutor Pick Puts Reform Efforts Back in the Spotlight
May 06, 2021

Moon’s Prosecutor Pick Puts Reform Efforts Back in the Spotlight

By Jenna Gibson
Kim Oh-soo, the nominee for prosecutor general, is a strong supporter of President Moon's controversial prosecution reform plan.
South Korea’s Political Pendulum Swings Again
May 01, 2021

South Korea’s Political Pendulum Swings Again

By Youngmi Kim
The “old boys” are back after April 7 by-elections in Seoul and Busan.

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