April 22, 2021

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[Closed Event] The 3rd Sejong-CFR Seoul Washington Forum Virtual Meeting 2020

Sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, t he 3rd Sejong-CFR Seoul Washington Forum Virtual Meeting 2020 ​ was hosted by the

December 15, 2021 By Sejong Institute

Sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, t he 3rd Sejong-CFR Seoul Washington Forum Virtual Meeting 2020 ​ was hosted by the

Afghanistan and South Korea

By Donald Kirk  WASHINGTON ― The impending withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan carries significant implications f

April 22, 2021 By Korea Times Opinion

By Donald Kirk  WASHINGTON ― The impending withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan carries significant implications f

[Editorial] Court’s dismissal of

The comfort women statue in front of the former Japanese Embassy in Seoul. The 15th civil division of the Seoul

April 22, 2021 By The Hankyoreh Opinion

The comfort women statue in front of the former Japanese Embassy in Seoul. The 15th civil division of the Seoul

Anti-Japanese Sentiment Must Not Override International Law

The Seoul Central District Court on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit by former sex slaves seeking compensation from the Japanese government.

April 22, 2021 By Chosun Ilbo Opinion

The Seoul Central District Court on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit by former sex slaves seeking compensation from the Japanese government.

With only a year left, Moon pitches American public on his hope for peace

South Korea’s president tries to sway US citizens and entice Biden to pick up from where his predecessor dropped out

April 22, 2021 By James Fretwell

South Korea’s president tries to sway US citizens and entice Biden to pick up from where his predecessor dropped out

North Korea is hyping citizens up for submarine missile and satellite launches

New domestic propaganda boldly boasts SLBM and aerospace program developments to DPRK citizens

April 22, 2021 By Colin Zwirko

New domestic propaganda boldly boasts SLBM and aerospace program developments to DPRK citizens

A political tsunami

Yeom Jae-ho  The author is an emeritus professor of Korea University and former president of Korea University. &

April 21, 2021 By JoongAng Daily Opinion

Yeom Jae-ho  The author is an emeritus professor of Korea University and former president of Korea University. &

[Column] Pardoning Lee Jae-yong would undermine judicial impartiality

Graphic provided by Jaewoogy.com   When pardons were granted in ancient Athens, a secret vote was held, and

April 21, 2021 By The Hankyoreh Opinion

Graphic provided by Jaewoogy.com   When pardons were granted in ancient Athens, a secret vote was held, and

Stop controlling press

Ruling party should scrap ill-conceived bills  The ruling Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) has drawn criticism for submitting

April 21, 2021 By Korea Times Opinion

Ruling party should scrap ill-conceived bills  The ruling Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) has drawn criticism for submitting

Why Prince Philip's passing may be UK pivot point

By Andrew Hammond  With Queen Elizabeth II turning 95 this week, the passing of her husband Prince Philip, whose

April 21, 2021 By Korea Times Opinion

By Andrew Hammond  With Queen Elizabeth II turning 95 this week, the passing of her husband Prince Philip, whose

Sanctions are now a central tool of governments’ foreign policy

IN 2016 JACK LEW, America’s then treasury secretary, reflected on how his country had, over decades, “refined our capacity to

April 21, 2021 By The Economist

IN 2016 JACK LEW, America’s then treasury secretary, reflected on how his country had, over decades, “refined our capacity to

Daily Life in NK via Satellite

North Korea is more than nuclear weapons and it's more than the caricature of a fat dictator and robotic people

April 21, 2021 By Access DPRK

North Korea is more than nuclear weapons and it's more than the caricature of a fat dictator and robotic people

How renewed North Korean border trade will affect currency, food and fuel

Mounting evidence suggests that North Korea will soon allow more imports into the country

April 21, 2021 By Peter Ward

Mounting evidence suggests that North Korea will soon allow more imports into the country

How North Korea's friendship with 'third world' countries changed

Benjamin R. Young discusses an often overlooked aspect of North Korea’s history during the Cold War

April 21, 2021 By NK News

Benjamin R. Young discusses an often overlooked aspect of North Korea’s history during the Cold War

For Biden, Sanctioning Russia Over Navalny Is Easier Said Than Done

The Biden administration is under increasing pressure to take action against Russia in the case of opposition leader Alexei Navalny,

April 21, 2021 By Foreign Policy

The Biden administration is under increasing pressure to take action against Russia in the case of opposition leader Alexei Navalny,

Misogyny, Real Estate Failures Fuel South Korean Conservatives' Electoral Recovery

After losing four national elections in a row since 2016, South Korea’s conservatives finally scored a major victory earlier this

April 21, 2021 By Foreign Policy

After losing four national elections in a row since 2016, South Korea’s conservatives finally scored a major victory earlier this

Korea's Comfort Women Lost in Court. Did U.S. and Japanese Diplomacy Win?

SEOUL, South Korea—Lee Yong-soo seemed to shiver with frustration as an activist wheeled her out of the Seoul Central

April 21, 2021 By Foreign Policy

SEOUL, South Korea—Lee Yong-soo seemed to shiver with frustration as an activist wheeled her out of the Seoul Central

The leaflets conundrum

Yeh Young-june  The author is an editorial writer of the JoongAng Ilbo.  I communicate with North

April 20, 2021 By JoongAng Daily Opinion

Yeh Young-june  The author is an editorial writer of the JoongAng Ilbo.  I communicate with North

In tribute to 'harabeoji'

By Bernard Rowan  This past week, Prince Phillip of the United Kingdom passed away. Even though I'm a

April 20, 2021 By Korea Times Opinion

By Bernard Rowan  This past week, Prince Phillip of the United Kingdom passed away. Even though I'm a

New policy approach for nuke-armed North Korea

By Kim Sang-woo  The North Korean nuclear threat has been the most serious challenge to the South Korea-U.

April 20, 2021 By Korea Times Opinion

By Kim Sang-woo  The North Korean nuclear threat has been the most serious challenge to the South Korea-U.