US-Korea Policy Project
China's Tone Deaf Attempt to Get a South Korean Human Rights Org to Rescind a Human Rights Award
China calls Chow Hang-tung a criminal? The democracy activists of South Korea were called criminals by the Park and Chun regimes.
'Japan's Responsibility For War Crimes Was Exempted': Interview with SNU Prof. Nam Ki-jeong about Yoon's Japan Policy
"Cooperation between Korea and Japan, which is not based on the trust of the Korean people, is likely to fail in the long run."
Would Florida Bill Ban Asian-Americans from Owning Homes?
Overly broad "New Cold War"-era bill is denounced by National Asian Pacific American Bar Association; could have increase discrimination against…
Yes, Washington Would (and Should) Sacrifice L.A. for Seoul
Allowing North Korea to kill 28,500 US soldiers without a response would do more harm to the US than using its nuclear weapons to deter a North Korean…
What Biden and Yoon Discussed at the US-ROK Summit
US and South Korea promote new nuclear agreement, stationing of US nuclear subs in Korea, and downplay concerns over CHIPS policy harming Korean…
How to Treat the Yasukuni Shrine?
South Korea protests annual Japanese visits.
Should Korea Provide Ukraine with Ammunition?
US spying reveals Korea is rebuffing requests to directly arm Ukraine. This won’t be the last time the US might request Korea to provide weapons for a…
Korea News for April 7
Chun Doo-hwan's grandson apologizes, Samsung's profit hits record low, and I have a new blog for you to read.
South Korea Suffers the Drawbacks of K-culture Wave -- And Reaps the Benefits
Begpacker TikTok couple shuts down account after trying to hitchhike from Seoul to Busan.
US Trying to Hold Together Yoon's Unpopular Japan Policy
Should the US let Korea and Japan address their disputes themselves?
Japan Needs to Give Korea Something in the Forced Labor Deal
South Korea offered Japan many concessions. Japan needs to offer something in return for this deal to be a sustainable compromise and to gain support in…
Holding Criminal Presidents Accountable in the US and Korea
Are politicians above the law? South Korea and the USA provide contrasting examples.
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