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Security and Defense Issues Facing South Korea’s Next President
March 03, 2022

Security and Defense Issues Facing South Korea’s Next President

By Sukjoon Yoon
From responding to North Korea to long-term approaches toward China, the U.S., and Japan, South Korea's next president will have a full agenda from day one.
Nearly Three-Quarters of South Koreans Support Nuclear Weapons Development
February 22, 2022

Nearly Three-Quarters of South Koreans Support Nuclear Weapons Development

By Mitch Shin
According to a new poll, South Koreans support developing nuclear weapons to protect their country from the North’s growing nuclear and missile capabilities. 

Why Tech Cooperation Will Reshape South Korea-U.S. Relations
January 28, 2022

Why Tech Cooperation Will Reshape South Korea-U.S. Relations

By Troy Stangarone
The alliance is slowly changing to incorporate technological changes and challenges, which are crucial for the future of both countries.

Will South Korea Join the US Effort to Insulate Supply Chains From China?
January 19, 2022

Will South Korea Join the US Effort to Insulate Supply Chains From China?

By Jin Kai
Pressure from Washington to align with the U.S. decoupling effort is growing, but it's a tall order for South Korea.

Chun In-bum on Seoul’s Security Policy Amid the Mounting North Korean Missile Threat
January 18, 2022

Chun In-bum on Seoul’s Security Policy Amid the Mounting North Korean Missile Threat

By Mitch Shin
The retired lieutenant general speaks about wartime OPCON transfer, Pyongyang's recent missile tests, and the push for an end-of-war declaration.
What South Korea Can Learn From India on Diplomatic Balancing
December 22, 2021

What South Korea Can Learn From India on Diplomatic Balancing

By Jong Eun Lee
India’s diplomacy with Russia and the U.S. holds lessons for Seoul’s China-U.S. balancing act.

How Will South Korea and the US Rewrite Their Operational Plan?
December 22, 2021

How Will South Korea and the US Rewrite Their Operational Plan?

By Sukjoon Yoon and Yongweon Yu
The future of the ROK-U.S. alliance is about to be negotiated, and this will likely mean significant changes.
What Would an End-of-War Declaration for the Korean Peninsula Actually Mean?
December 03, 2021

What Would an End-of-War Declaration for the Korean Peninsula Actually Mean?

By Sukjoon Yoon
Several countries will be impacted by an end-of-war declaration, and the extent of the impact is poorly understood – but likely to be quite limited.

US Global Posture Review Calls for Stationing More Units in South Korea  
December 02, 2021

US Global Posture Review Calls for Stationing More Units in South Korea  

By Mitch Shin
The Pentagon announced on Tuesday that it decided to station an Apache attack helicopter squadron and artillery division headquarters permanently in South Korea.

South Korea Expects to Make Big Announcement on ‘End-of-War’ Declaration
November 16, 2021

South Korea Expects to Make Big Announcement on ‘End-of-War’ Declaration

By Mitch Shin
South Korea and the U.S. have shown different views on the timing and sequence of an end-of-war declaration, but Seoul implies that significant progress has been made.

How China-US Competition Factors Into Moon’s Final Inter-Korea Push
October 29, 2021

How China-US Competition Factors Into Moon’s Final Inter-Korea Push

By Sukjoon Yoon
Major interconnected shifts are underway on the Korean Peninsula, from a looming end-of-war declaration to South Korea’s involvement in the U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy.
The Foreign Policy Outlook of South Korea’s Ruling Party Presidential Candidate
October 22, 2021

The Foreign Policy Outlook of South Korea’s Ruling Party Presidential Candidate

By Hae Kyung Ahn
The Democratic Party has a presidential candidate: Governor Lee Jae-myung. Where does he stand on inter-Korean and foreign relations?

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