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South Korea’s Deepening Ties With Pacific Island States

South Korea’s Deepening Ties With Pacific Island States

By Troy Stangarone
In contrast to prior administrations, the Yoon administration has worked to integrate the region into its broader foreign policy strategy at the bilateral, trilateral, and regional level. 

The Significance and Challenges of the Japan-US-South Korea Summit

The Significance and Challenges of the Japan-US-South Korea Summit

By KAWASHIMA Shin
The summit statement’s wording is revealing.
Camp David Marked a ‘New Era’ in Japan-Korea-US Relations. Can It Endure?

Camp David Marked a ‘New Era’ in Japan-Korea-US Relations. Can It Endure?

By Troy Stangarone
Long-term institutionalization of trilateral cooperation can only truly take root after it has survived political transitions in the United States, South Korea, and Japan.

The Japan-South Korea-US Summit: A Game Changer for the Indo-Pacific

The Japan-South Korea-US Summit: A Game Changer for the Indo-Pacific

By Mina Pollmann
Different threat perceptions as well as Japan’s colonization of Korea and atrocities committed during World War II have made even basic trilateral cooperation difficult – until now. 

The Japan-South Korea-US Summit Is Bad News for China

The Japan-South Korea-US Summit Is Bad News for China

By Shannon Tiezzi
The summit’s deliverables directly contradict previous assurances Beijing had sought on limits to trilateral cooperation.

Japan, US Pledge to Take All Possible Measures Against North Korea’s Missiles

Japan, US Pledge to Take All Possible Measures Against North Korea’s Missiles

By Takahashi Kosuke
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s trip to Japan came one day after North Korea’s failed satellite launch.

Momentum Building in the Japan-South Korea Partnership 

Momentum Building in the Japan-South Korea Partnership 

By Kyoko Imai
Asia’s two leading democracies have no choice but to put their historical differences aside. That’s clear from recent engagement between Kishida and Yoon. 
Japan’s Kishida to Visit South Korea Before G7 Summit

Japan’s Kishida to Visit South Korea Before G7 Summit

By Mari Yamaguchi
On May 7, Japan’s prime minister will reciprocate President Yoon’s trip to Tokyo. Kishida will be the first Japanese leader to visit South Korea since 2018.

After the Japan-South Korea Summit, the Ball Is in Washington’s Court

After the Japan-South Korea Summit, the Ball Is in Washington’s Court

By Jaemin Lee
The U.S. can incentivize the thaw through enhanced trilateral cooperation in economic security.

Promise and Perils for the Japan-South Korea-US Trilateral in 2023

Promise and Perils for the Japan-South Korea-US Trilateral in 2023

By Hanna Foreman and Andrew Yeo
Aside from longstanding historical issues, the three countries will face challenges in sustaining coordination on North Korea and China policy. 

South Korea’s Indo-Pacific Strategy: Quest for Clarity and Global Leadership

South Korea’s Indo-Pacific Strategy: Quest for Clarity and Global Leadership

By Jagannath Panda and Choong Yong Ahn
President Yoon Suk-yeol has consolidated his global vision for South Korea by embracing “strategic clarity” in the China-U.S. competition.
Following NATO Summit, North Korea Denounces US-South Korea-Japan Joint Military Cooperation

Following NATO Summit, North Korea Denounces US-South Korea-Japan Joint Military Cooperation

By Mitch Shin
North Korea’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson said the country will beef up its self-defense capabilities against the U.S. and its allies. 

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