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What Biden Should Consider When Picking the New US Ambassador to South Korea 
March 19, 2021

What Biden Should Consider When Picking the New US Ambassador to South Korea 

By Jason Bartlett
Washington needs to build up the alliance as a partnership involving mutually beneficial and equally important military, economic, social, and cultural aspects. 

Murders in Georgia Spark Outcry From China, South Korea
March 19, 2021

Murders in Georgia Spark Outcry From China, South Korea

By Shannon Tiezzi
The shootings of six Asian Americans brought deadly urgency to the issue of anti-Asian sentiment in the United States.
US Secretaries of State and Defense Hold Talks in South Korea 
March 18, 2021

US Secretaries of State and Defense Hold Talks in South Korea 

By Mitch Shin
After a joint two-day visit to Japan, the new officials headed to South Korea amid North Korea’s blunt criticism toward Washington. 

Biden Should Embrace South Korea’s Strategic Nondecision on the Quad
March 05, 2021

Biden Should Embrace South Korea’s Strategic Nondecision on the Quad

By James Park
If the U.S. can seek cooperation without pushing South Korea directly into the U.S.-China crossfire, why not take that path? 

Leaders of America’s Asian Allies Call President-Elect Biden
November 13, 2020

Leaders of America’s Asian Allies Call President-Elect Biden

By Associated Press
The leaders of South Korea, Japan, and Australia all called the former vice president to discuss future cooperation on issues like the pandemic and climate change.

How Do Americans View South Korea’s COVID-19 Response?
October 21, 2020

How Do Americans View South Korea’s COVID-19 Response?

By Juni Kim
Most Americans view South Korea's COVID response positively -- but less so than countries like Canada, Japan, and Australia.

The Cost of Pompeo’s Cancelled Trips to South Korea and Mongolia
October 06, 2020

The Cost of Pompeo’s Cancelled Trips to South Korea and Mongolia

By Shannon Tiezzi
President Trump’s COVID-19 infection threw a wrench into U.S. Asia diplomacy.
What Should Be on the Agenda for US-Korea Relations?
October 02, 2020

What Should Be on the Agenda for US-Korea Relations?

By Troy Stangarone
Americans, in general, have a favorable opinion of South Korea. There’s ample appetite for expanding cooperation along several avenues.

US Forces Korea Bans Public Displays of Confederate Battle Flag
June 15, 2020

US Forces Korea Bans Public Displays of Confederate Battle Flag

By Ankit Panda
With racism in the United States in the global spotlight, the commanding general of U.S. Forces Korea ordered the Confederate battle flag barred from all installations.

US Defense Secretary Esper’s Second Asia Trip Puts Alliances in Focus
November 18, 2019

US Defense Secretary Esper’s Second Asia Trip Puts Alliances in Focus

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. secretary of defense contends with cost-sharing and other controversies.

US-North Korea Doldrums Return After Third Trump-Kim Summit
July 17, 2019

US-North Korea Doldrums Return After Third Trump-Kim Summit

By Ankit Panda
Did Trump once again move to call off upcoming U.S.-South Korea military exercises?
Export Controls, History, and Geopolitics: Making Sense of the Japan-South Korea Crisis
July 11, 2019

Export Controls, History, and Geopolitics: Making Sense of the Japan-South Korea Crisis

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
What’s at the core of rising Japan-South Korea tensions and what will it take for the two countries to walk back?

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