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At War Online: South Korea and China
December 24, 2020

At War Online: South Korea and China

By Troy Stangarone
On the battlefields of social media, conflicts between citizens of China and South Korea are increasingly common.

Part-time Workers in South Korea Out of Luck
December 22, 2020

Part-time Workers in South Korea Out of Luck

By Mitch Shin
With the number of new cases rising, employers are asking part-time workers to furlough indefinitely. 
The Implausibility of the ‘Vietnam Model’ for North Korea: The Security Factor
November 28, 2020

The Implausibility of the ‘Vietnam Model’ for North Korea: The Security Factor

By Khang Vu
North Korea at present is not in the same position that Vietnam was in 1986, in large part due to differences in the security environment.

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits South Korea After a Two-Day Visit to Japan
November 27, 2020

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits South Korea After a Two-Day Visit to Japan

By Mitch Shin
The Chinese foreign minister arrived in Seoul on Wednesday night for a meeting with his Korean counterpart and President Moon Jae-in.

Engagement Is a Virtue, Especially on the Korean Peninsula
November 14, 2020

Engagement Is a Virtue, Especially on the Korean Peninsula

By Song Young Gil
The incoming Biden administration has plenty to handle, but it should not forget the Korean Peninsula.

What Influences South Korean Perceptions on Immigration?
October 05, 2020

What Influences South Korean Perceptions on Immigration?

By Timothy S. Rich, Carolyn Brueggemann, Kaitlyn Bison and Michael King
The assumption remains that the public prefers ethnic Korean immigration, but is that true?

What Should Be on the Agenda for US-Korea Relations?
October 02, 2020

What Should Be on the Agenda for US-Korea Relations?

By Troy Stangarone
Americans, in general, have a favorable opinion of South Korea. There’s ample appetite for expanding cooperation along several avenues.
What is Behind Kim Jong Un’s Apology for the Killing of a South Korean?
October 01, 2020

What is Behind Kim Jong Un’s Apology for the Killing of a South Korean?

By Khang Vu
Kim’s quick apology came as a surprise -- don't mistake it for sincerity.

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.

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