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The View From Seoul: Trump’s Visit and the 'Illusion of Achievement'
By Clint Work
Beneath the positive headlines, Trump's visit reinforced South Korea's U.S. dilemma.
South Korea: A Promising Ally for Trump’s ‘America First’ Economic Agenda
By Felipe J. Cuello
President Moon has proven more amenable to the U.S. than some expected. It’s time for Trump to return the favor.
US and South Korea Agree to Initiate FTA Amendment Negotiations
By Hyunmin Michael Kang
Trump’s threats to terminate the agreement entirely seems to have brought the Koreans to the table.
South Korea Still Mum on US Trade Deal Renegotiation
By Elaine Ramirez
President Moon steered clear of Trump’s earlier call for a renegotiation of the five-year-old trade deal.
The Economic Side of the Trump-Moon Summit
By Darcie Draudt
South Korea's president will need to carefully frame economic issues in his discussions with Donald Trump.
Trump's NAFTA Renegotiation Talk Is Making Asia Nervous
By Shihoko Goto
South Korea in particular is worried about this fate of its own FTA with the U.S.
Asia’s Double Nightmare: Brexit and President Trump
By Anthony Fensom
After the economic shock of Brexit, Asia can ill afford Trump's protectionism.
Despite Trump's Rhetoric, GOP Senators Try to Reassure South Korea
By Catherine Putz
Reassuring allies in the face of Donald Trump’s presumptive nomination to the Republican presidential ticket is not easy.
Evolution of the US-ROK Alliance: Is There a Post-Unification Future? Pt. 1
By Leon Whyte
What might happen to America's alliance with Korea in the event of reunification?