July 04, 2022
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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
It’s time for South Korea to embrace tactical nuclear weapons to defend itself
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It’s time for South Korea to embrace tactical nuclear weapons to defend itself

North Korea’s recent weapons tests dramatically tip the scale in its favor. Seoul cannot be caught flat-footed.

It’s time for South Korea to embrace tactical nuclear weapons to defend itself
Chun In-bumChun In-bum May 3, 2022
How politicization of South Korea’s COVID-19 response has undercut its successes
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How politicization of South Korea’s COVID-19 response has undercut its successes

Moon administration has failed to adapt its approach to address changing situation and economic pain, experts say

How politicization of South Korea’s COVID-19 response has undercut its successes
Sooyoung OhSooyoung Oh May 3, 2022
What South Koreans care about most as Yoon Suk-yeol enters office
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What South Koreans care about most as Yoon Suk-yeol enters office

Incoming president faces sizable hurdles to domestic agenda but will have a freer hand to improve ties with Japan

What South Koreans care about most as Yoon Suk-yeol enters office
Karl FriedhoffKarl Friedhoff May 3, 2022
What to expect from the South Korean economy under Yoon Suk-yeol
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What to expect from the South Korean economy under Yoon Suk-yeol

Inflation not particularly high in the country, but long-term trends point to serious risk of stagnation under Yoon

What to expect from the South Korean economy under Yoon Suk-yeol
Peter WardPeter Ward May 2, 2022