Yoon’s domestic efforts on Korea-Japan issues have already demonstrated the challenges of coming up with a resolution acceptable to the South Korean public.
The Prime Minister should convince the public of what is required for the defense of Japan and the level of spending required to accomplish it.
Koreans and Japanese need to overcome the past and join hands to meet the challenges of the future. Currently, the ball is in South Korea and...
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.
Matt Beyer, EASL’s CEO, recalls working as a Chinese interpreter for the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks and shares insights on the plans for his league’s inaugural season.
Skillfully translated by Graham B Leonard, the author takes an historical journey into the regional vision of postwar Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira.
The End Comfort Women Fraud group says the statue and textual inscription of the “Statue of Peace” run counter to the historical evidence and mislead viewers.
About 60 activists gathered, hurling tirades of condemnation and some violence at the lawful demonstration by a South Korean civic group.
Taking a look at how Japan might build a more cohesive Korean Peninsula policy, making room for different visions and potential unification or regime changes.
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.
Aggressive talk on Taiwan from Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe stole headlines, but there were also signs of rapprochement between Japan and South Korea.