Has the Time Come to Amend South Korea’s Constitution?
By Erik Mobrand
The challenge of constitutional reform is big, but that does not preclude major change in the public order under Moon.
The South Korean Presidency Isn’t Cursed. It Just Needs to Be Reformed.
By Kyle Ferrier
Unless changes are made, Lee Myung-bak won't the the last South Korean president to go to jail for corruption.
Where Does South Korea’s President Go From Here?
By Benjamin A. Engel
Moon has made progress abroad, but questions remain at home.
The Deeper Meaning of South Korea's Constitutional Debate
By Yaechan Lee
The political games behind South Korea’s constitutional amendment process are linked to old narratives.
Speaker Chung Sye-Kyun on South Korea's Political Crisis
By Emanuel Pastreich
Chung Sye-kyun, Speaker of the National Assembly, talks about "Choi-gate" and the future of Korea's foreign relations.
Time for a Constitutional Change in South Korea?
By Bruce Harrison
In the wake of Park Geun-hye's downfall, some argue the time is right to change the role of the presidency.