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South Korea's President Lost the ‘Mandate of Heaven’
November 21, 2016

South Korea's President Lost the ‘Mandate of Heaven’

By Gi-Wook Shin and Rennie J. Moon
Whether Park Geun-hye steps down or not, most Koreans no longer see her as a legitimate leader.
South Korea's Reform Crisis
November 21, 2016

South Korea's Reform Crisis

By Anthony Fensom
South Korea's much-needed economic reforms have faded from discussion, thanks to a sensational political scandal.

South Korea's Million-Strong March
November 19, 2016

South Korea's Million-Strong March

By David Volodzko
Seoul's protesters are united not only in anger at their president, but in hope that their voices can force change.

South Korea’s Corruption Culture
November 17, 2016

South Korea’s Corruption Culture

By Justin Fendos
The emphasis on loyalty in South Korea’s executive culture is behind the recent corruption scandals.

South Korea: People Power Backs Left Into a Corner
November 08, 2016

South Korea: People Power Backs Left Into a Corner

By Christopher Green
Giving the people what they want – Park's resignation – could backfire on South Korea's opposition.
Will the Saenuri Party Survive Park's Scandal?
November 05, 2016

Will the Saenuri Party Survive Park's Scandal?

By Parker Novak
South Korea's embattled president might take her party down with her.

Choi-Gate: South Korean President Cleans out Cabinet, Public Not Assuaged
November 05, 2016

Choi-Gate: South Korean President Cleans out Cabinet, Public Not Assuaged

By Elaine Ramirez
Subjecting herself to an investigation but refusing to step down, a humiliated Park Geun-hye all but admits defeat.
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.

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