On the sidelines of the ASEAN Summit, the Japan, South Korea, US leaders declare they are "more aligned than ever" in responding to North Korea's provocations.
Taking place for the first time in 3 years, the Long-Thibaud award is seen as a platform for emerging young pianists to perform on the world...
Author and historian Kim says history distortion stokes anti-Japan sentiment and discusses how South Korea and Japan can move beyond the "history" problem.
Joining the International Fleet Review is a positive step but serious bilateral hurdles remain, such as South Korean wartime labor lawsuits and public opinion.
"The statue does not symbolize peace, and its erection will further aggravate the conflict," says Lee Wooyeon of the Naksungdae Institute of Economic Research.
China rebuked Japan for Taiwan's flower offering, and left-leaning media in both countries played up the costs of the state funeral for Abe as "divisive."
South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol has an audacious plan to help the North in return for disarmament. He says he also wants a better relationship with...
Seoul’s conciliatory stance provides Beijing with a golden opportunity to break off South Korea from the US-led multinational strategic encirclement of China.
The wartime labor issue was resolved under a 1965 international agreement between Japan and South Korea establishing relations and settling all war era claims.
NATO says China is striving to subvert the rules-based international order as Yoon Suk-Yeol and Fumio Kishida meet for the first time in Madrid.
Healthy international relations can only be revived by tackling the root causes of soured relations between Japan and South Korea, says the group.
Healthy international relations cannot be established unless the lies surrounding the comfort women issue are recognized by the world, the group says.