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KORUS FTA Doesn’t Protect South Korea From Section 232 Investigations
August 09, 2018

KORUS FTA Doesn’t Protect South Korea From Section 232 Investigations

By Troy Stangarone
Despite reaching an agreement on trade with the U.S., South Korea hasn't seen any relief from Section 232 investigations.
North Korea Talks: Getting Around the Sequencing Problem
July 07, 2018

North Korea Talks: Getting Around the Sequencing Problem

By Joshua Nezam
The sequencing problem requires coordination between the U.S., China, and Korea to pressure meaningful steps from Kim.

'America' Takes a New Meaning in South Korea
July 06, 2018

'America' Takes a New Meaning in South Korea

By Erik Mobrand
After the meeting between North Korean and American leaders on June 12, the United States has new friends in Seoul.

Former PACOM Commander Harry Harris Takes Up Post as US Ambassador to South Korea
July 01, 2018

Former PACOM Commander Harry Harris Takes Up Post as US Ambassador to South Korea

By Ankit Panda
Harris fills a critical ambassadorial appointment after 17 months of vacancy.

Mattis to Visit China, Japan, and South Korea With South China Sea, North Korea in Mind
June 23, 2018

Mattis to Visit China, Japan, and South Korea With South China Sea, North Korea in Mind

By Ankit Panda
The trip will be Mattis' first to China as U.S. secretary of defense.
US, South Korea Announce Suspension of 2018 Ulchi-Freedom Guardian Military Exercise
June 19, 2018

US, South Korea Announce Suspension of 2018 Ulchi-Freedom Guardian Military Exercise

By Ankit Panda
Ulchi-Freedom Guardian 2018 will be suspend amid an effort to sustain diplomatic momentum with North Korea.

Trump Administration Nominates Outgoing Pacific Command Head as South Korea Ambassador
May 21, 2018

Trump Administration Nominates Outgoing Pacific Command Head as South Korea Ambassador

By Ankit Panda
Admiral Harry B. Harris Jr. will fill a long-standing ambassadorial vacancy in Seoul, if confirmed.
The Upcoming Trump-Kim Summit and a New Ambassador, Again
May 05, 2018

The Upcoming Trump-Kim Summit and a New Ambassador, Again

By Clint Work
Lost amid the diplomatic flurry are clear signs that the Trump administration’s hardline stance has not changed.

South Korea’s Free and Open Indo-Pacific Dilemma
April 27, 2018

South Korea’s Free and Open Indo-Pacific Dilemma

By Jaechun Kim
FOIP presents a dilemma to the Moon government, which is treading on a tightrope between the U.S. and China.

Is the US-South Korea Alliance in Trouble?
April 21, 2018

Is the US-South Korea Alliance in Trouble?

By Patrick Monaghan
Recent trends suggest that U.S.-South Korea relations are increasingly strained.

South Korea Is Trump’s One Bright Spot on Trade
February 09, 2018

South Korea Is Trump’s One Bright Spot on Trade

By Troy Stangarone
Despite fuming over the KORUS FTA, trade with South Korea is a bright spot in trade so far under Trump.
South Korea and the Quad: Missing Out or Opting Out?
December 23, 2017

South Korea and the Quad: Missing Out or Opting Out?

By Tom Corben
Seoul’s absence from a revived Quadrilateral Security Dialogue is unfortunate, yet perfectly logical.

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