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US, South Korea Militaries Face New Enemy in Viral Outbreak
February 27, 2020

US, South Korea Militaries Face New Enemy in Viral Outbreak

By Associated Press
The U.S. and South Korean militaries face a new and formidable enemy that could hurt battle readiness: a virus spreading around the world that has infected more than 1,200 people in South Korea.
Cross-border South Korean Drama Overcomes Political Risks
February 26, 2020

Cross-border South Korean Drama Overcomes Political Risks

By Juwon Park
The team behind the drama had to tread carefully in order to avoid glorifying or misrepresenting the state. 

South Korea Reports 1st Virus Death; 2.5M Urged to Stay Home
February 20, 2020

South Korea Reports 1st Virus Death; 2.5M Urged to Stay Home

By Associated Press
South Korea reported its first death from the new virus on Thursday while the mayor of a southeastern city urged its 2.5 million people to stay inside.

Bong Happy ‘Parasite’ Succeeded Despite Disparity It Showed
February 20, 2020

Bong Happy ‘Parasite’ Succeeded Despite Disparity It Showed

By Associated Press
"Parasite" won best picture at this month's 92nd Academy Awards, among other accolades.

How Is the Coronavirus Shaping South Korea’s Cooperation With China and Northeast Asia?  
February 05, 2020

How Is the Coronavirus Shaping South Korea’s Cooperation With China and Northeast Asia?  

By Jaeho Hwang
The outbreak is shaping China’s interactions with the world, and South Korea is no exception.
The Human Costs of Peace in Korea
January 24, 2020

The Human Costs of Peace in Korea

By Eun A Jo
As Moon doubles down on his peace initiative, North Korean refugees will face greater challenges in the South.

South Korea’s Moon Could Seek Exemption of UN Sanctions on North Korea
January 15, 2020

South Korea’s Moon Could Seek Exemption of UN Sanctions on North Korea

By Associated Press
"If exceptions from U.N. sanctions are necessary for South-North cooperation, I think we can make efforts for that," Moon said.
Will the Impeachment Inquiry Against Trump Influence the Korean Peace Process?
November 30, 2019

Will the Impeachment Inquiry Against Trump Influence the Korean Peace Process?

By Ildar Daminov
Current prospects for the Korean peace process do not look promising and the impeachment inquiry against Trump makes them even more bleak. 

What Hides Behind South Korean Cryptocurrency Regulation Policy?
November 30, 2019

What Hides Behind South Korean Cryptocurrency Regulation Policy?

By Valentin Voloshchak
The opposition criticizes the government’s stance toward the ICO problem, but it’s far from obvious whether they have an alternate policy.

How Industry Can Step Up for Naval Needs: The Case of the Makassar-class
November 27, 2019

How Industry Can Step Up for Naval Needs: The Case of the Makassar-class

By Robert Farley
The case of the Makassar-class is a case study in industry stepping up to the plate for the needs of small navies.

South Korea Expresses ‘Regret’ at North Korean Violation of 2018 Military Agreement
November 26, 2019

South Korea Expresses ‘Regret’ at North Korean Violation of 2018 Military Agreement

By Ankit Panda
Kim Jong Un oversaw live-fire coastal artillery drills that Seoul sees as a violation of a September 2018 agreement.
A Cost-Sharing Conundrum for South Korea and Japan
November 22, 2019

A Cost-Sharing Conundrum for South Korea and Japan

By Jonathan Stutte
Exorbitant demands from the Trump administration put the already fragile Japan-Korea-U.S. security alliance at risk.

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