May 23, 2022
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The difficulty of reporting in South Korea, where everything is ‘sensitive’
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The difficulty of reporting in South Korea, where everything is ‘sensitive’

Attributing facts to sources is one of the hardest tasks journalists in the country face

The difficulty of reporting in South Korea, where everything is ‘sensitive’
Raphael RashidRaphael Rashid May 20, 2022
South Korea and human rights beyond the Korean Peninsula
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South Korea and human rights beyond the Korean Peninsula

While Yoon administration may be more willing to speak out on human rights issues in China, it will expect US support

South Korea and human rights beyond the Korean Peninsula
Benjamin A. EngelBenjamin A. Engel May 18, 2022
Capitalism with South Korean characteristics
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Capitalism with South Korean characteristics

'Preferred Stocks' offer attractive yields for short- to medium-term investors — and bigger payoffs in the long term

Capitalism with South Korean characteristics
Daniel TudorDaniel Tudor May 17, 2022
Good troublemakers are the key to fixing democracy in South Korea
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Good troublemakers are the key to fixing democracy in South Korea

President Yoon may not appreciate that strengthening democratic institutions and norms starts by empowering the people

Good troublemakers are the key to fixing democracy in South Korea
Jae Yeon KimJae Yeon Kim May 16, 2022
How can South Korea matter more in the world? By improving gender equality.
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How can South Korea matter more in the world? By improving gender equality.

Yoon Suk-yeol's goal of turning country into a ‘global pivot state’ can’t happen until he drops anti-feminist positions

How can South Korea matter more in the world? By improving gender equality.
Sea Young (Sarah) KimSea Young (Sarah) Kim May 12, 2022
Yoon Suk-yeol’s inauguration speech: Key takeaways and full text
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Yoon Suk-yeol’s inauguration speech: Key takeaways and full text

Experts say new South Korean president is cleaving strongly toward U.S.-led internationalism

Yoon Suk-yeol’s inauguration speech: Key takeaways and full text
Moving South Korea’s presidential office is a step in the wrong direction
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Moving South Korea’s presidential office is a step in the wrong direction

Yoon Suk-yeol’s hasty Blue House move does not suggest baseline competence to affect fundamental change in the country

Moving South Korea’s presidential office is a step in the wrong direction
Jumin LeeJumin Lee May 9, 2022
As Seoul joins NATO cyber group, Chinese propagandist threatens Ukraine ‘path’
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As Seoul joins NATO cyber group, Chinese propagandist threatens Ukraine ‘path’

Threatening to invade South Korea will do little to improve the image of China among the ROK public

As Seoul joins NATO cyber group, Chinese propagandist threatens Ukraine ‘path’
John LeeJohn Lee May 6, 2022
South Korea-Japan ties will improve under Yoon, but not as much as US wants
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South Korea-Japan ties will improve under Yoon, but not as much as US wants

While the president-elect can heal some of the damage of the Moon years, colonial-era animosities still poison relations

South Korea-Japan ties will improve under Yoon, but not as much as US wants
James FretwellJames Fretwell May 5, 2022
The rocky shoals on which Yoon Suk-yeol’s foreign policy could shipwreck
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The rocky shoals on which Yoon Suk-yeol’s foreign policy could shipwreck

New ROK president will have to navigate US, China and North Korea policies, with few options that make all sides happy

The rocky shoals on which Yoon Suk-yeol’s foreign policy could shipwreck
John LeeJohn Lee May 4, 2022