The controversial former comfort women organization leader Yoon Mee Hyang was sentenced to prison and if confirmed would lose her seat in the National Assembly.
Event organizers included pro-North Korea groups, but did attending mean Yoon Mee Hyang will be prosecuted for violating South Korea's National Security Act?
An alignment of Beijing, Moscow, and Pyongyang could escalate tensions in Northeast Asia to a tipping point, ushering in an era of Cold War bloc politics.
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.
Byun Hee-Jae's charges against Yoon Suk-yeol are based on his years as prosecutor and they've garnered the interest of leftist heavyweights like Song Young-gil.
Professor Yuichi Hosoya discusses how the landmark agreement at the recent Camp David trilateral completes Shinzo Abe's vision for a Free and Open Indo-Pacific.
The author examines the vastly contrasting styles of Japan's neighbors China and South Korea as they respond to TEPCO's release of treated water off Fukushima.
With hysteria rampant on Chinese social media following the release of ALPS treated water at Fukushima, we tackle some of the science behind Japan’s decision.
Since 2016, Japan has turned the Free and Open Indo-Pacific from a mere concept to a working framework of engagement with its neighbors. Now, more countries...
"I envy Japan," says Park Sun Young, contrasting the indifference shown by Seoul regarding POWs in North Korea with Japan's efforts to rescue abduction victims.
How about penalizing Chinese and Russian entities still engaging in trade with North Korea? Or preventing Pyongyang from stealing assets through cyberattacks?
The ALPS treated water release was declared safe, but a South Korean left-wing lawyer's group has filed a petition listing dolphins among its claimants.