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.
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.
US Intelligence Leak Complicates Summit With South Korea
By Hyung-jin Kim and Kim Tong-hyung
Leaked documents suggesting the U.S. spied on South Korea’s internal discussions on Ukraine could sour President Yoon’s upcoming trip to Washington.
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.
South Korea and NATO: Seoul’s Strategic Calculus
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Soo Kim.
Can South Korea Bridge NATO and the US Indo-Pacific Strategy?
By Sukjoon Yoon
What is the link between the North Atlantic and the Indo-Pacific regions, and what is South Korea’s role in this reimagined security framework?
How Will South Korea’s New President Approach Russia’s Ukraine Invasion?
By Andrew Yeo
Taking a stand on the Ukraine crisis will bring both opportunities and risk for the incoming Yoon administration.
How Will the Ukraine War Affect the Korean Peninsula?
By Mitch Shin
In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the arms race on the Korean Peninsula will likely linger as the two Koreas continue to build up advanced weapons for self-defense.
South Korean Presidential Candidates Accused of Politicizing Ukraine War
By Da-sol Goh
Both Lee Jae-myung and Yoon Suk-yeol were forced to apologize after making controversial remarks about the Russian invasion.
How Did Asian Countries Vote on the UN’s Ukraine Resolution?
By Shannon Tiezzi
The results make clear the regional differences in attitudes toward Russia.