Amid rising global tensions, voters in South Korea have elected the foreign policy hawk Yoon Suk-yeol, a member of the conservative People Power Party. While Yoon is best known for More
In the current dialogue surrounding the coronavirus, there has been a recurring image of ineffective government: administrations fumbling the opportunity to address the crisis efficiently and responsibly. More than just More
Japan and the Republic of Korea have long been engaged in a complex trade war which continues to this day. The trade war – which has had negative economic and More
On July 4th, 2019, Japan tightened restrictions on exports to South Korea (ROK) of three important materials used in developing high-tech devices. The move has added stress to the already More
North Korea may leave Pyeongchang without a medal, but they’ve won something far more valuable.