Posts Tagged: South Korea
South Korea and Japan are fighting over two tiny islands, but not because of fishing rights or the prospect of oil.
The Obama administration needs to recognize an aggressive policy toward North Korea is as ineffective now as it was during Clinton and Bush.
Coming up with the proper response to North Korea's recent actions requires a careful assessment of Pyongyang motivations and regional geopolitics.
Washington and Seoul should coordinate policy. But they should also keep their eyes on the prize: resolving the current crisis with North Korea without resorting to force.
Washington can't rely on Beijing to clean up this mess.
North Korea's nuclear test and Roh Moo-Hyun's suicide have both cast a shadow on inter-Korean cooperation. But engagement is needed now more than ever.
Relations with North Korea have taken a turn for the worse, but there is also opportunity in this crisis.
Collaboration in Northeast Asia is crucial to the future of South Korea and its allies.
Northeast Asians wage war over history.
What's the relationship between the beef crisis in South Korea, the humanitarian crisis in North Korea, and the global food crisis?