Wang Yi tells Ban Ki-moon China’s position toward Korea “has not changed”. Yet whether this is for good or for ill remains to be seen.
Northeast Asian countries approach the war in Ukraine from three different realist perspectives. This could also shape how they approach a crisis in Taiwan.
Post-Cold War engagement has failed, the ROK must join the fight for liberal democracy, says ROK civil society figure.
Sino-NK likes to look behind the scenes to the nuts and bolts of North Korea news-gathering. In this essay, Daily NK staffer Robert Lauler examines the details of a recent case: the Pyongyang lockdown.
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.
A leader of a separatist Ukrainian republic annexed by Russia hails North Korea’s support as a sign of a revised international order.
Senior-level Ukrainian defense officials weigh in on the prospects of North Korean involvement in Russia’s war against Ukraine.
South Korean scholar-diplomat calls for Seoul to adopt a flexible approach to great power competition, not bound by Cold War-style paradigms.