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Seoul tried to limit National Intelligence Service power in a recent amendment, but HRW says it’s not enough
Bernhard Seliger of the Hanns Seidel Foundation weighs in on how North and South Korea can reconcile
Noh Kyu-duk to replace Lee Do-hoon, who served as Seoul’s top nuclear envoy since Sept. 2017
Suh Ho, the vice minister at the Ministry of Unification, penned an exclusive op-ed about South Korea's leaflet bill
Kim Jong Un called for the removal and replacement of South Korean facilities at the Kumgang tourist area in Oct. 2019
The system, which has been in the works for years, will detect ground vibrations and supplement a dwindling military
Former unification minister Kim Yeon-chul says Biden should be more “flexible” about easing sanctions against the DPRK
Kang Kyung-wha spoke up about a controversial new law that bans leaflets and other items from being sent to North Korea
South Korea's president is already canvassing for a full-speed-ahead approach to inter-Korean relations
Recently, a South Korean newspaper on the left and right both published op-eds arguing the same thing
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