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The Future of the Kaesong Industrial Complex and Liberal Peace on the Korean Peninsula
November 11, 2022

The Future of the Kaesong Industrial Complex and Liberal Peace on the Korean Peninsula

By Hyo Joon Chang
Has the time finally arrived to confirm that the KIC is a dead project or does it have a future?

South Koreans Ashamed Over Safety Failures in Halloween Tragedy
November 04, 2022

South Koreans Ashamed Over Safety Failures in Halloween Tragedy

By Hyung-jin Kim
"Our public insensitivity to safety is too severe,” one South Korean man told the Associated Press.
BTS Enlists: What’s Next For the Hallyu Wave?
October 18, 2022

BTS Enlists: What’s Next For the Hallyu Wave?

By Brandon Valeriano and Aleydis Nissen
BTS finally announced that its members will enlist, with the group taking an extended hiatus until 2025. 

What Can Vietnam Learn from South Korea’s Style of ‘Mixed Governance’?
October 07, 2022

What Can Vietnam Learn from South Korea’s Style of ‘Mixed Governance’?

By Trien Vinh Le
South Korea’s socio-economic achievements demonstrate the need for a strong state regardless of the institutional system. 

China’s Top Legislator to Meet South Korea Leaders for Talks
September 16, 2022

China’s Top Legislator to Meet South Korea Leaders for Talks

By Hyung-jin Kim
Li, chairman of the standing committee of China's National People's Congress, heads a 66-member Chinese delegation to South Korea that includes three Cabinet-level officials. 

US-South Korea-Japan Strengthen Joint Commitment in Face of Possible 7th North Korean Nuclear Test
September 02, 2022

US-South Korea-Japan Strengthen Joint Commitment in Face of Possible 7th North Korean Nuclear Test

By Mitch Shin
The national security advisors from the three countries met in Honolulu this week to discuss a coordinated response to the growing North Korean threat.

South Korea Signs $2.25 Billion Deal With Russian Nuclear Company
August 25, 2022

South Korea Signs $2.25 Billion Deal With Russian Nuclear Company

By Kim Tong-hyung
Seoul won a contract with a Russian state-run nuclear energy company to construct part of Egypt’s first nuclear power plant.
Does the South Korean Ministry of Gender Equality Need to Be Abolished? 
August 05, 2022

Does the South Korean Ministry of Gender Equality Need to Be Abolished? 

By Britt Robinson
A simple rebrand could make MOGEF a strong ally of the Yoon administration for solving many of the crises facing the South Korean public.

NATO’s Madrid Summit and the Interlinkages Between European and Asian Security
June 29, 2022

NATO’s Madrid Summit and the Interlinkages Between European and Asian Security

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
Why are the leaders of Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and Japan heading to a NATO summit?

Seoul: No Evidence Slain Official Tried to Defect to North Korea
June 16, 2022

Seoul: No Evidence Slain Official Tried to Defect to North Korea

By Hyung-jin Kim
Disclosing confidential documents about the man's death was a campaign promise by current President Yoon Suk Yeol.

Will BTS Join the Real Army?
May 03, 2022

Will BTS Join the Real Army?

By Brandon Valeriano and Aleydis Nissen
BTS joining the Korean military is a compulsory obligation, one with increased meaning as tension builds on the Korean Peninsula and around the world.
How to Strengthen South Korea-US Cooperation on Combatting Cyber-enabled Financial Crime
March 25, 2022

How to Strengthen South Korea-US Cooperation on Combatting Cyber-enabled Financial Crime

By Jason Bartlett
The U.S. and South Korea each possess unique strengths in combatting cyber-enabled financial crime, but their true joint potential is largely untapped. 

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