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Too Old to Fight? Will Demographic Shifts Alter Asia’s Geostrategic Landscape? 
September 14, 2020

Too Old to Fight? Will Demographic Shifts Alter Asia’s Geostrategic Landscape? 

By Robert Farley
The demographic situation in the Asia-Pacific is quite unlike that of any other epoch of geostrategic competition.

Sherlock Holmes in Seoul? South Korea Opens the Door for ‘Private Detectives’ 
September 12, 2020

Sherlock Holmes in Seoul? South Korea Opens the Door for ‘Private Detectives’ 

By Tae-jun Kang
South Korea takes a small step toward permitting – and potentially regulating – a previously banned profession.
An Opportunity to End the Korean War: We Can’t Let This Slip Away
September 04, 2020

An Opportunity to End the Korean War: We Can’t Let This Slip Away

By Song Young Gil
The chair of South Korea's legislative foreign affairs committee argues that diplomacy with North Korea must remain a priority for the US, regardless of who wins the upcoming election.

Why Did South Korea Decide to Build Aircraft Carriers?
August 18, 2020

Why Did South Korea Decide to Build Aircraft Carriers?

By Robert Farley
The ships will form the core of a well-balanced fleet.

How COVID-19 Will Reshape Indo-Pacific Security
July 24, 2020

How COVID-19 Will Reshape Indo-Pacific Security

By Jiyoon Kim, Jihoon Yu, and Erik French
COVID-19 will likely have a range of significant effects on Indo-Pacific security and geopolitics in both the short and long-term. 

Has the Time Come to Amend South Korea’s Constitution?
July 24, 2020

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.

K-pop Leads With ‘Contactless’ Concerts
July 16, 2020

K-pop Leads With ‘Contactless’ Concerts

By Layne Vandenberg
K-pop groups are proving that the art of the performance can have a virtual future, even beyond COVID-19 restrictions.
Remembering Japan’s Colonial Abuses Against Koreans on Hashima Island
June 25, 2020

Remembering Japan’s Colonial Abuses Against Koreans on Hashima Island

By Yuji Hosaka
Despite the claims of a former resident of the island, Japanese abuses against Koreans were widespread.

North Korea Demolishes Inter-Korean Liaison Office in Kaesong
June 16, 2020

North Korea Demolishes Inter-Korean Liaison Office in Kaesong

By Ankit Panda
The demolition marks a stark reversal of inter-Korean progress that had begun in 2018.

South Korea Mulls Universal Basic Income Post-COVID
June 13, 2020

South Korea Mulls Universal Basic Income Post-COVID

By Dongwoo Kim
While the basic income movement is not new in South Korea, the pandemic has added considerable momentum to it.

South Korea’s Imperfect But Maturing Democracy
May 27, 2020

South Korea’s Imperfect But Maturing Democracy

By John Lee
South Korea’s democracy continues to grow and evolve.
Agile Governance Crushing COVID-19: Taiwan and South Korea
May 22, 2020

Agile Governance Crushing COVID-19: Taiwan and South Korea

By Mark Manantan
As leadership in global health governance remains in limbo, South Korea and Taiwan stand out with their nimbleness.

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