Tag: south korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean leader Moon Jae-in walking along the demilitarised zone

Moon’s foreign policy on North Korean denuclearisation

South Korea’s response to the enduring foreign policy challenge to its north is neither moonshine nor something to be over the moon about, Chenjun Wang […]

South Korea is ill-prepared for a refugee crisis

Asylum seekers have landed in the ROK, and along with them, the rise of a ‘two-faced’ policy that fails to hold water, writes Hugh S […]

Doing the math: Stat-politics in South Korea

The power of statistics comes from objectivity – but too often they don’t add up, as South Korean politics goes to show, writes Taehyun Ryu.

Hidden in plain sight: Korea’s sexist response to spy cams in women’s restrooms

South Korea’s patriarchal society fails to respond to a wave of sexual harassment, contributing to the trauma many women face, writes Henry Cho.