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By backing Russia in Donbas, Kim Jong Un trades self-reliance for puppetry
Recognizing pseudo-states marks radical shift for North Korea, but cuddling up to Moscow could make peninsula safer
Op-ed: Latest raids on South Korean ministries more persecution than prosecution
ROK prosecutors are targeting former government for personnel changes even as Yoon does same, corroding good governance
Moon Jae-in sent two accused murderers back to North Korea. So what?
Photos show one of the men resisted his repatriation, but the real story is Yoon Suk-yeol targeting his predecessor
Denuclearizing North Korea has failed. But we shouldn’t give up on arms control.
Reassessing four decades of efforts to curb Pyongyang’s WMD program shows the need for new goals going forward
Sleep easy, Seoul. The North Koreans aren’t taking over the peninsula.
We should take the DPRK seriously. But Kim Jong Un is not about to invade the South — much less infiltrate or conquer it
In diplomacy with North Korea, Moon Jae-in dances alone
A Japanese diplomat’s vulgar metaphor pinpoints an awkward truth: South Korean diplomacy is painfully one-sided
Unhappy anniversary: Recalling the June 2000 inter-Korean summit
21 years ago, the two Koreas made history — or so it seemed. What went wrong?
Time is on their side: Thinking long-term about North Korea
How can Kim Jong Un trust Seoul to keep its promises when the president resets every five years?
Is South Korea finally losing its patience with the North?
South Korean foreign minister Chung Eui-yong had some harsh words for North Korea recently
North Korea’s increasing reliance on China is a dangerous move for Kim Jong Un
Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il skilfully balanced themselves between rival powers, but Kim Jong Un now leans on just one