John Lee is a blogger at the Korean Foreigner and focuses on economic and political issues as they relate to the Koreas and the United States.
Military action would end in disaster, and lifting sanctions would set a dangerous precedent
With Trump and Kim refusing to budge, the South Korean President is headed for failure
Though he has succeeded in flattering the U.S. President, history will not be kind to the ROK leader
Stuck between "American First" and Byungjin, Seoul needs to steel itself for uncertainty
Poor leadership in Seoul and Washington has given Pyongyang the upper hand
From the "armada" to THAAD, it seems each new blunder alienates Seoul more and more
The brutal crime shows that the DPRK is not a normal country
Restarting work at KIC would require total transparency from North Korea - an impossible scenario
With Trump in the White House and a progressive government in Seoul likely, a clash is coming
A major decline in U.S.-PRC relations could see China up its support for Pyongyang
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