The Myths and Realities of South Korea’s Green New Deal

December 13, 2021

The Green New Deal is a progressive wish list that combines the reduction of carbon emissions with investments in Green technologies and Green jobs. In the United States, the Green New Deal has largely remained aspirational: a non-binding resolution that has not yet come to a vote in...

US and South Korea Renew Commitment to Promoting Democracy

September 06, 2021

The summit in May between Joe Biden and Moon Jae-in delivered numerous positive outcomes that advanced the United States and South Korea as a future-oriented alliance. The two allies redoubled their cooperation in areas that are becoming more and more crucial globally, including emerging tech,...

It’s Time to Act, Not React, on North Korea

March 30, 2021

Although things have been quiet in recent months and there has been no active dialogue between North Korea and the United States, developments in recent days suggest that Pyongyang is back on the agenda of the international community. First, it became known that the US has been reaching out to...

Moving Toward a Neutral South Korea

March 26, 2021

The Hidden History of Korean Anarchism

March 19, 2021

The Importance of the US-South Korea Relationship

October 26, 2020

There are many things we look for in a president. We look for leadership and the ability to manage grave challenges like a pandemic. While most people are focused on avoiding COVID-19 and keeping their jobs, we would be wise to remember that one of the most important roles for any president is to...

A New Direction for Nukes and North Korea

October 09, 2020

North Korea’s acquisition of nuclear weapons has changed the nuclear balance in Northeast Asia. But it hasn’t altered the way politicians and diplomats approach the question of arms control and disarmament in the region. The debate among influencers continues to revolve around two versions of...

Sexuality, Relationships and a History of Queer Korea

September 29, 2020

Banned Book Club: Youth Against Fascism

August 25, 2020

South Korea Faces Challenges in a Post-Coronavirus World

May 13, 2020

While some Western nations begin easing some aspects of nationwide lockdowns, South Korea has so far successfully managed the coronavirus pandemic without imposing such massive restrictions. Public life continues more or less normally in South Korea and most businesses, including shops,...

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