Japan and South Korea’s Unnecessary Squabble
By Sukjoon Yoon
The radar lock-on spat centers on a key point: search and rescue operations are not warfare.
When Chinese Fishermen Become 'Pirates' in the Yellow Sea
By Alexander Mitchell Hynd
South Korea’s strong response to the recent sinking of one of its coast guard vessels is unlikely to lead to further escalation.
South Korea Sees Frictions With China's Maritime Militia: What's Next?
By David Volodzko
China is walking a tightrope, balancing foreign relations in one hand and the nationalism of its people in the other.
2 Lessons from the Deadly China-South Korea Fishery Clash
By Jin Kai
China and South Korea need to ensure future run-ins don't result in violence.
Chinese Fisherman Killed By South Korea's Coast Guard
By Zachary Keck
A Chinese fisherman was killed on Friday by South Korean Coast Guard officers trying to board his ship.