ROK Unification Minister: Denuclearization Still In The Cards
Seoul’s unification minister says denuclearization still possible despite Pyongyang’s recent claims and increasing public calls for an ROK nuclear deterrent.
Palmerston in Seoul: South Korean Russia Hand Calls For Restraint Toward Moscow
Seasoned South Korean Russia analyst on the opportunities in Moscow-Seoul ties, and the risks that the Yoon administration could undermine ROK interests.
Too Close For Comfort: Geopolitical Implications Behind Putin’s Remarks About ROK Arms Transfers
Whatever the truth behind the notion that South Korea will supply weapons to Ukraine, the ROK remains a sensitive area for Russian strategic interests.
Shades of Responsibility: China’s Ambassador to South Korea Denies Beijing Is Silent
China’s ambassador to South Korea rejects the idea of Beijing’s complicity in North Korea’s recent military provocations.
Commodity Turnover: North Korea-Russia Trade Set to Resume from Major Low
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.
Thae Yong Ho: Türkiye’s Nuclear Sharing A Potential Model for South Korea
Türkiye has become a potential source of inspiration for South Korea, urging North Korean defector-turned-lawmaker Thae Yong Ho to urge Seoul’s top diplomat in Istanbul to dig deeper.
Mad Men: ROK Lawmaker Says DPRK May Borrow From Putin’s Playbook
Ruling party lawmaker: Putin’s “madman” antics play could inspire Kim Jong Un.
ROK Envoy at UN Emergency Session: Dividing Countries Causes Problems
South Korea’s UN envoy tackles Ukraine annexation, Russia’s nuclear threats.
Pro-Kremlin Media: Closer Ties with North Korea Needed Against the West
A sanctioned Russian media outlet calls for the Kremlin to shore up ties with North Korea against the West.