Whether the Sado Gold Mines' UNESCO listing is approved, predictions are for global and local challenges in a precarious year for Japan-South Korea relations.
An informative and balanced account of the Korean experience of the imperial era, told uncommonly from the Korean perspective through the life of Kilsoo Haan.
Widely known for the videogame "The Ghost of Tsushima," the island has been both a fortress and gateway to the world. Now, it's stepping up its...
South Korea's Supreme Court tells a lower court to acquit Park Yuha over her comfort women book. In another ruling, it orders the return of stolen...
Longtime scholar of Korean Peninsula issues, Professor Tsutomu Nishioka analyzes the challenges and progress in relations between Japan and South Korea.
Tsutomu Nishioka, a Korean Peninsula expert, assesses Yoon Suk-yeol's presidency and the issues at stake for the region in a revealing 2-part interview.
Fearing absorption by the South, Kim Jong Un may have used the name "Republic of Korea" to reinforce the idea of a permanently divided Korea.
While the latest attempted satellite launch by North Korea failed, it was still a clear violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions.
If South Korea restarts a nuclear weapons program, "The pressure on Japan would be very strong" said former US Deputy Undersecretary of Defense Richard Lawless.
The issues are difficult, but President Yoon Suk-yeol of South Korea shows courage in floating a new proposal to end the acrimony with Japan, says Mr...
While any improvement in Japan-South Korea relations is welcome, resolution of the wartime labor issue will only be temporarily if it ignores the 1965 treaty.
The CCP understands that it must act to maintain public support, which means expanding China’s sphere of influence, especially along its eastern borders.