July 07, 2022

Foreign Relations

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To attract the crème de la crème, South Korea floats immigration shakeup
KOREA PRO

To attract the crème de la crème, South Korea floats immigration shakeup

Yoon administration faces uphill battle to reverse demographic trends and change public perceptions about foreigners

To attract the crème de la crème, South Korea floats immigration shakeup
James Fretwell
James Fretwell June 20, 2022
Yoon calls for ‘resolute’ UN response to North Korea’s weapons tests

Yoon calls for ‘resolute’ UN response to North Korea’s weapons tests

Inaction risks encouraging DPRK’s nuclear and missile development, South Korean president tells UN chief

Yoon calls for ‘resolute’ UN response to North Korea’s weapons tests
Chaewon Chung
Chaewon Chung June 17, 2022
US held ‘very frank’ talks with China on North Korean nuclear test: Washington

US held ‘very frank’ talks with China on North Korean nuclear test: Washington

Top White House officials say US seeks to avoid ‘miscalculation,’ as Beijing and Washington at odds on sanctions

US held ‘very frank’ talks with China on North Korean nuclear test: Washington
Chaewon Chung
Chaewon Chung June 17, 2022
Uvalde shooting shows ‘miserable’ US human rights situation, North Korea says

Uvalde shooting shows ‘miserable’ US human rights situation, North Korea says

Foreign ministry statement latest attempt to undermine international criticism of widespread rights abuses in DPRK

Uvalde shooting shows ‘miserable’ US human rights situation, North Korea says
Ifang Bremer
Ifang Bremer June 16, 2022
North Korea denounces ‘aggressive’ US-led joint exercise set to start this month

North Korea denounces ‘aggressive’ US-led joint exercise set to start this month

More than two dozen countries to join Rim of the Pacific drills through August, including South Korea and Japan

North Korea denounces ‘aggressive’ US-led joint exercise set to start this month
Jeongmin Kim
Jeongmin Kim June 15, 2022
North Korea stands to lose more than it could gain by testing a nuclear weapon

North Korea stands to lose more than it could gain by testing a nuclear weapon

A seventh test risks spoiling ties with benefactor China, but it’s unclear if that’s enough to deter the regime

North Korea stands to lose more than it could gain by testing a nuclear weapon
John Everard
John Everard June 15, 2022
How Biden’s ‘Buy American’ rule harms the US-South Korea alliance
KOREA PRO

How Biden’s ‘Buy American’ rule harms the US-South Korea alliance

Allies have pledged to look for ways to keep trade barriers from impacting defense, but domestic politics is an obstacle

How Biden’s ‘Buy American’ rule harms the US-South Korea alliance
John Lee
John Lee June 14, 2022
North Korea has finished preparations for a nuclear test, Seoul says

North Korea has finished preparations for a nuclear test, Seoul says

Foreign minister Park Jin states DPRK only needs to make ‘political decision’ to conduct test

North Korea has finished preparations for a nuclear test, Seoul says
Chaewon Chung
Chaewon Chung June 14, 2022
‘Nobody would want’ US nuclear weapons in South Korea: ROK defense minister

‘Nobody would want’ US nuclear weapons in South Korea: ROK defense minister

Lee Jong-sup’s statement comes as US, South Korea and Japan meet in Singapore to discuss North Korean threats

‘Nobody would want’ US nuclear weapons in South Korea: ROK defense minister
Jeongmin Kim
Jeongmin Kim June 13, 2022
ASEAN urges North Korea to ‘exercise self-restraint’ and stop missile tests

ASEAN urges North Korea to ‘exercise self-restraint’ and stop missile tests

Southeast Asian nations use tougher language to condemn DPRK launches than in statement earlier this year

ASEAN urges North Korea to ‘exercise self-restraint’ and stop missile tests
Ifang Bremer
Ifang Bremer June 13, 2022
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