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South Korea: You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby!
August 15, 2017

South Korea: You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby!

By Aidan Foster-Carter
On Liberation Day, let’s take note of Seoul’s many successes.
How Life Goes on in the Shadow of North Korea
September 26, 2016

How Life Goes on in the Shadow of North Korea

By Frank Ahrens
South Koreans have very much their own take on the threat from the North.

13 North Koreans Defect from Overseas Restaurant
April 13, 2016

13 North Koreans Defect from Overseas Restaurant

By Catherine Putz
A rare mass defection may hint at an uptick in defection.

K-Popaganda on the Korean Border
February 21, 2016

K-Popaganda on the Korean Border

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Which songs does South Korea choose to broadcast across the border?

Closing Kaesong: South Korea Withdraws from Joint Industrial Park
February 11, 2016

Closing Kaesong: South Korea Withdraws from Joint Industrial Park

By Catherine Putz
The decision comes in response to Pyongyang's recent nuclear test and satellite launch.
South Korea Goes Indigenous for Its Missile Defense Needs
November 07, 2015

South Korea Goes Indigenous for Its Missile Defense Needs

By Benjamin David Baker
South Korea's bid to indigenize missile defense will have important ramifications for the U.S.-South Korea relationship.

What We Learned from the Inter-Korea Deal
August 26, 2015

What We Learned from the Inter-Korea Deal

By David Eunpyoung Jee
South Korea's propaganda broadcasts are a powerful tool in inter-Korean diplomacy.
The Koreas, Bastion of Cold War Realism
June 25, 2015

The Koreas, Bastion of Cold War Realism

By Morgan Potts
A reluctant but pragmatic defense of neorealism in Northeast Asia.

Will South Korea Have to Bomb the North, Eventually?
March 06, 2015

Will South Korea Have to Bomb the North, Eventually?

By Robert E. Kelly
As North Korea expands its nuclear arsenal, will Seoul have to consider targeting missile sites at some point?

North Korea's New Anti-Ship Missile: 'Cutting Edge' Threat or No?
February 11, 2015

North Korea's New Anti-Ship Missile: 'Cutting Edge' Threat or No?

By Ankit Panda
Just how deadly is North Korea's new anti-ship missile?

What to Expect From Obama's India Trip
January 24, 2015

What to Expect From Obama's India Trip

By Ankit Panda
Plus, King Abdullah's legacy, China in Africa, inter-Korean diplomacy, and more. Weekend links.
New Developments Mark North Korean Anniversary
December 19, 2014

New Developments Mark North Korean Anniversary

By Steven Denney
The third anniversary of Kim Jong-il’s death has been accompanied by modest changes that have some observers hopeful.

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