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.
A speech by failed Prime Minister Liz Truss has received ample news coverage. But what does it tell us about the UK’s friends and entanglements in East Asia?
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.
Five challenges that South Korea faces post-2022, with little room for maneuverability and no room for error.
A deeper dive behind the diplomatic spat between China and South Korea over PCR testing rules.
One observer on why Koreans should approach the reality of their increasing influence in Vietnam with both hope and caution.
South Korean Prime Minister Han Duck-soo recently traveled to Ghana. Here, one South Korean academic urges better understanding of Africa, first and foremost by not thinking of “Africa” as a single unit.
ROK state-affiliated scholar: Seoul must seek to leverage Chinese wariness of North Korea pushing the envelope to far.