A review of two recent works examining the role of the media and the development of protest culture in South Korea during the Park regime.
ROK state-affiliated scholar: Seoul must seek to leverage Chinese wariness of North Korea pushing the envelope to far.
Xi Jinping’s remarks about the DPRK’s “reasonable fear” may be a sign to Kim Jong Un approving another nuclear test.
Seoul’s unification minister says denuclearization still possible despite Pyongyang’s recent claims and increasing public calls for an ROK nuclear deterrent.
Seasoned South Korean Russia analyst on the opportunities in Moscow-Seoul ties, and the risks that the Yoon administration could undermine ROK interests.
Whatever the truth behind the notion that South Korea will supply weapons to Ukraine, the ROK remains a sensitive area for Russian strategic interests.
China’s ambassador to South Korea rejects the idea of Beijing’s complicity in North Korea’s recent military provocations.
North Korea-Russia trade has a low threshold from which to grow, but in spite of sanctions and pandemic controls, it looks set to expand, as Anthony Rinna explains.
To what extent did Chinese Koreans in Yanbian in the 1950s and 60s turn to North Korea out of necessity?