Post-Cold War engagement has failed, the ROK must join the fight for liberal democracy, says ROK civil society figure.
Ukrainian military analyst: logistical realities undermine efficacy of North Korean arms deliveries to Russia.
Two-in-one special: South Korea’s diplomatic and transportation ministries step up one year after the Bucha massacre to pledge aid to Ukraine.
Kremlin-affiliated journalist: the DPRK has troops at its disposal to send to Ukraine, but needs China’s blessing to do so.
Looking at the North Korean weapons industry from the vantage point of Kiev, one analyst sees China as a key factor.
The already-sour state of cooperation with South Korea will only get worse if the ROK ships arms to Ukraine, says Moscow.
Ukraine studies South Korea’s experience in keeping electrical energy infrastructure safe from attacks by a hostile neighbor.
ROK aids Ukraine’s war-damaged energy sector, perhaps a noteworthy act in a region where energy has become a de facto weapon of war.
After Ukrainian presidential adviser speaks of the possibility of a “Korea scenario” in Ukraine, a Ukrainian scholar responds based on Korea’s past and present.