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Foreign Ministers of China, Japan, South Korea Set to Meet Amid Seoul-Tokyo Tensions
August 18, 2019

Foreign Ministers of China, Japan, South Korea Set to Meet Amid Seoul-Tokyo Tensions

By Ankit Panda
Can the Northeast Asian trilateral leaders’ meeting materialize this year?
Moon Leaves the Door Open for Talks With Japan
August 16, 2019

Moon Leaves the Door Open for Talks With Japan

By Troy Stangarone
In his Liberation Day address, South Korea’s president extended an olive branch to Tokyo.

South Korea’s Africa Outreach
August 02, 2019

South Korea’s Africa Outreach

By R. Maxwell Bone and Matthew Minsoo Kim
Tracing South Korea’s approach to the continent under 4 presidents.

Japan’s Economic Sanctions on Korea: Part of a Phased Plan
July 19, 2019

Japan’s Economic Sanctions on Korea: Part of a Phased Plan

By Yuji Hosaka
Japan’s use of export controls against Seoul is part of a well-conceived retaliatory plan.

Concerns Rise Over South Korea’s Dual Labor Market
July 11, 2019

Concerns Rise Over South Korea’s Dual Labor Market

By Kyle Ferrier
Public sector contract workers went on strike to protest their unequal status -- and uneven government progress on the issue.
Export Controls, History, and Geopolitics: Making Sense of the Japan-South Korea Crisis
July 11, 2019

Export Controls, History, and Geopolitics: Making Sense of the Japan-South Korea Crisis

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
What’s at the core of rising Japan-South Korea tensions and what will it take for the two countries to walk back?

South Korea’s Moon Denounces Japanese Comments Over Sanctions
July 10, 2019

South Korea’s Moon Denounces Japanese Comments Over Sanctions

By Kim Tong-Hyung
Tensions between Seoul and Tokyo show no sign of abating as their governments continue to trade barbs.
South Korea’s Botched Handling of the Forced Labor Issue
July 09, 2019

South Korea’s Botched Handling of the Forced Labor Issue

By Kan Kimura
The Moon Jae-in government’s claim of putting the victims first doesn’t stand scrutiny.

South Korea and the US Indo-Pacific Strategy: At an Arm’s Length?
July 07, 2019

South Korea and the US Indo-Pacific Strategy: At an Arm’s Length?

By Ankit Panda
Moon Jae-in came close to endorsing the Indo-Pacific strategy without actually doing so.

Why the Third Trump-Kim Summit Won’t Crack the Case on Denuclearization
July 03, 2019

Why the Third Trump-Kim Summit Won’t Crack the Case on Denuclearization

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
What did the third summit between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump really change?

South Korea’s President: 3rd Trump-Kim Summit Under Discussion
June 26, 2019

South Korea’s President: 3rd Trump-Kim Summit Under Discussion

By Adam Schreck, Hyung-Jin Kim, and Kim Tong-Hyung
Moon told reporters that the U.S. and North Korean leaders' “willingness to engage in dialogue has never faded.”
When Xi Went to Pyongyang: Making Sense of Sino-North Korean Relations in 2019
June 26, 2019

When Xi Went to Pyongyang: Making Sense of Sino-North Korean Relations in 2019

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
“Lips and teeth” or something else? The hosts discuss China’s complex relationship with North Korea.

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