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Moon Jae-in Holds His North Korea Bet
May 11, 2020

Moon Jae-in Holds His North Korea Bet

By Ankit Panda
As he heads into the last two years of his term, Moon Jae-in looks to continue his North Korea policy.

South Korea Goes to the Polls Despite COVID–19 Pandemic
April 10, 2020

South Korea Goes to the Polls Despite COVID–19 Pandemic

By Bruce Klingner
The election results will set the tone of South Korea’s domestic and foreign policies for the next two years.
Protesters Storm National Assembly, Capping off a Divisive Year for Korean Politics
December 20, 2019

Protesters Storm National Assembly, Capping off a Divisive Year for Korean Politics

By Jenna Gibson
Korea's conservative parties continue to up the ante in their opposition to Moon administration policies.

South Korea’s Cho Kuk Saga Ends
October 16, 2019

South Korea’s Cho Kuk Saga Ends

By Jenna Gibson
Justice Minister Cho Kuk stepped down after months of controversy and weeks of protests.

South Korea Divided Over Nomination of Controversial Justice Minister
September 14, 2019

South Korea Divided Over Nomination of Controversial Justice Minister

By Tae-jun Kang
The polarization from Cho Kuk's nomination threatens to hang over Korean politics for a while.

South Korean Government and Prosecutors Clash Over Justice Minister Nominee
September 07, 2019

South Korean Government and Prosecutors Clash Over Justice Minister Nominee

By Tae-jun Kang
The nominee for justice minister -- Cho Kuk -- is at the center of a growing list of allegations.

South Korean President Moon’s Mid-Term Review
June 07, 2019

South Korean President Moon’s Mid-Term Review

By Joshua Jervis
Moon’s declining popularity can be widely attributed to a rising domestic focus on his administration’s economic performance.
Darcie Draudt on President Moon's 2-Year Anniversary
May 01, 2019

Darcie Draudt on President Moon's 2-Year Anniversary

By Shannon Tiezzi
How is South Korea’s Moon Jae-in faring two years into his presidency?

Korean Progressives and Conservatives Split By-Election Spoils
April 04, 2019

Korean Progressives and Conservatives Split By-Election Spoils

By Kyle Pope and Adam Pepin-Hall
In by-elections this week, the LKP and the Justice Party each snagged a seat.

Social Media Manipulation of Public Opinion in Korean Elections
August 31, 2018

Social Media Manipulation of Public Opinion in Korean Elections

By Dylan Stent
KBS recently began publishing articles describing how South Korea political parties have manipulated public opinion with social media.

The Upcoming Inter-Korean Summit Raises the Stakes for Moon Jae-in
August 20, 2018

The Upcoming Inter-Korean Summit Raises the Stakes for Moon Jae-in

By Ankit Panda
The talks will have deep implications for the trajectory of this year’s remarkable turn towards diplomatic engagement with North Korea.
Assessing South Korea's Role as an Indo-Pacific Middle Power
July 12, 2018

Assessing South Korea's Role as an Indo-Pacific Middle Power

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
What's driving South Korean thinking about the future of Asia?

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