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Why South Koreans Voted for Change
April 25, 2016

Why South Koreans Voted for Change

By Thomas Kalinowski
While voters in South Korea may have shifted to the left, the political spectrum moved to the right.
 Upheaval in South Korea’s National Assembly: Expect More Surprises
April 24, 2016

Upheaval in South Korea’s National Assembly: Expect More Surprises

By Scott A. Snyder
The recent elections revealed deep divisions within the electorate.

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.

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.

South Korea's Liberal Party Woes Continue
April 30, 2015

South Korea's Liberal Party Woes Continue

By Steven Denney
Despite low approval ratings for the ruling party, South Korea's opposition didn't fare well in by-elections.
Call North Korea Anything But This...
March 25, 2015

Call North Korea Anything But This...

By Ankit Panda
The chairman of South Korea's ruling party implied North Korea could be recognized as a nuclear power.

South Korea’s Next Presidential Candidates
February 19, 2015

South Korea’s Next Presidential Candidates

By Harry W.S. Lee
Already candidates are emerging for the next presidential elections.

Big Challenges for Moon Jae-in and South Korea's Left
February 13, 2015

Big Challenges for Moon Jae-in and South Korea's Left

By Steven Denney
The election of a new leader will do little to solve NPAD's woes.

The Future of South Korea's Welfare System
February 07, 2015

The Future of South Korea's Welfare System

By Steven Denney
Both the South Korean people and the ruling party are unsure about the possibility of expanding welfare.
Anti-Park Geun-hye Faction on the Rise in South Korea's Legislature
February 03, 2015

Anti-Park Geun-hye Faction on the Rise in South Korea's Legislature

By Steven Denney
President Park Geun-hye faces growing opposition from within her own political party.

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