How South Korea’s AS21 Redback IFV Won out in Australia
By Thomas Lim
Parsing Seoul’s multi-billion dollar arms sale to Australia, and what it tells us about South Korea’s defense industry.
Why South Korea Has Emerged as a Key Partner to the Transatlantic Community
By Francis Shin
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and shared concerns over China are motivating South Korea to develop stronger partnerships with the Euro-Atlantic region.
Is South Korea Ready to be a Global Pivotal Arms Exporter?
By Chris H. Park
As South Korea ramps up arms exports, it will increasingly need to grapple with the geopolitical ramifications.
South Korea’s President Vows to Expand Non-lethal Aid to Ukraine
By Kim Tong-hyung
Ukraine’s First Lady Olena Zelenska requested the additional aid in a meeting with President Yoon in Seoul.
South Korean Industry Arming NATO Is a Terrifying Prospect For Russia
By A. B. Abrams
South Korean-built K2 tanks arriving in Poland is just the beginning.
How to Enhance South Korea’s Support for Ukraine
By Troy Stangarone
South Korea is under increasing pressure to move from humanitarian aid to providing arms directly to Ukraine.
President Moon’s Legacy: Boosted Arms Exports for South Korea
By Eunwoo Lee
President-elect Yoon Suk-yeol will carry on Moon’s legacy in one aspect at least: the military industry.
North Korea Threat Sparks Record Arm Sales in South Korea
By Franz-Stefan Gady
Seoul is investing heavily in its domestic arms industry in response to the threat from Pyongyang, a recent study finds.