South Korea’s President Warns Against ‘Illegal and Unjust’ North Korea-Russia Military Cooperation
By Hyung-jin Kim
President Yoon Suk-yeol plans to seek more international support for action against Pyongyang during the U.N. General Assembly.
Korean Diplomat Accused of Sexually Assaulting New Zealand Man Faces Renewed Charges at Home
By Raphael Rashid
The resumption of the case in South Korea will put justice against politics, diplomacy, and societal attitudes toward sexual violence.
Moon Jae-In: South Korea’s Merkel?
By Thomas Chan and Seong Hyeon Choi
Both leaders believed that economics and energy concerns locked their countries into a path of appeasing threatening neighbors.
What the Next South Korean President Can Learn From Moon’s Diplomatic Challenge
By Jong Eun Lee
Every president will face the exact same difficulty: To advance North Korea policy, Seoul needs to have all the main players on its side.
South Korea Holds out Hope for WTO Director-General Role
By Jenna Gibson
It's now a 2-person race for the next WTO head. Can Yoo Myung-hee emerge with the win?
Korean Legislator Under Fire for Publicizing Classified Trump-Moon Phone Call
By Kyle Pope and Adam Pepin-Hall
The leak has created a political firestorm in South Korea.
Foreign Ministers’ Meeting Highlights Importance of South Korea-Peru Ties
By Kyle Ferrier
Peru might not be an obvious partner for South Korea, but it's an increasingly important one.
How Is the Presidential Scandal Impacting South Korea's Diplomacy?
By Elaine Ramirez
The short-term fallout is limited, but Park's weakness at a time of geopolitical flux could have long-term consequences.