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South Korea's 3 Foreign Policy Blind Spots
February 25, 2017

South Korea's 3 Foreign Policy Blind Spots

By Ben Forney
South Korean policymakers refuse to acknowledge three basic realities that should shape foreign policy.
The 'Final and Irreversible' 2015 Japan-South Korea Comfort Women Deal Unravels
January 09, 2017

The 'Final and Irreversible' 2015 Japan-South Korea Comfort Women Deal Unravels

By Ankit Panda
Despite a 2015 deal, the "comfort women" dispute between Japan and South Korea continues to have salience for bilateral ties.

Korea and Japan's Military Information Agreement: A Final Touch for the Pivot?
November 24, 2016

Korea and Japan's Military Information Agreement: A Final Touch for the Pivot?

By Jaehan Park and Sangyoung Yun
The long-pending General Security of Military Information Agreement (GSOMIA) is finally signed, to Washington's relief.

Strategic Implications of South Korea’s Political Scandal
November 03, 2016

Strategic Implications of South Korea’s Political Scandal

By Benjamin Lee
The Choi Soon-sil scandal will have serious repercussions for strategic issues such as THAAD and Japan-ROK cooperation.

The Limits of the Japan-South Korea Military Relationship
September 21, 2016

The Limits of the Japan-South Korea Military Relationship

By Peter Murphy
Could Japan lose South Korea to China?
The US-Korea Summit, Take Two: What Park and Obama Should Talk About
October 13, 2015

The US-Korea Summit, Take Two: What Park and Obama Should Talk About

By Jung-Yeop Woo and Eileen Block
How South Korea can put its partnership with the United States on the right track.

Abe, Park Meet on UN Sidelines, Affirm Trilateral Summit with China
September 29, 2015

Abe, Park Meet on UN Sidelines, Affirm Trilateral Summit with China

By Ankit Panda
The leaders of South Korea and Japan met on the sidelines of the 70th UN General Assembly.
'Comfort Women' Musical Builds Asian Community
August 05, 2015

'Comfort Women' Musical Builds Asian Community

By Remi Yamazaki
Dimo HyunJun Kim, director of Comfort Women - A New Musical, on adapting social issues for entertainment.

China's Air Superiority Fighters Are Getting Stealthier
May 05, 2015

China's Air Superiority Fighters Are Getting Stealthier

By Ankit Panda
Plus, nuclear deterrence in South Asia, India's ballistic missile defense, and history in East Asia.

After 5 Years, Japan, South Korea Hold Security Dialogue
April 15, 2015

After 5 Years, Japan, South Korea Hold Security Dialogue

By Ankit Panda
The defense and foreign ministers of South Korea and Japan met for a "two-plus-two" dialogue for the first time in five years.

Who Are Modern Korea's 'Founding Fathers'?
March 04, 2015

Who Are Modern Korea's 'Founding Fathers'?

By Steven Denney
A look at the figures Koreans see as emblematic of their independence movement.
Ten Myths About Japan’s Collective Self-Defense Change
July 10, 2014

Ten Myths About Japan’s Collective Self-Defense Change

By Michael Green and Jeffrey W. Hornung
What the critics don’t understand about Japan’s constitutional reinterpretation.

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