March 03, 2024
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South Korean exporters face uphill battle as EU mulls raw materials law
Analysis

South Korean exporters face uphill battle as EU mulls raw materials law

Europe’s answer to Inflation Reduction Act could force shift in facilities and supply lines that few firms can afford

South Korean exporters face uphill battle as EU mulls raw materials law
John LeeJohn Lee March 13, 2023
Yoon Suk-yeol’s state visit to the US could be his greatest challenge yet
Analysis

Yoon Suk-yeol’s state visit to the US could be his greatest challenge yet

Beset by trade disagreements with US and deteriorating economy, Yoon must deliver results ahead of next year’s election

Yoon Suk-yeol’s state visit to the US could be his greatest challenge yet
John LeeJohn Lee March 10, 2023
Polling mirage? Yoon Suk-yeol’s rising approval rates may not be what they seem
Analysis

Polling mirage? Yoon Suk-yeol’s rising approval rates may not be what they seem

New survey puts South Korean president’s popularity at 8-month high but may not provide sound basis for policy decisions

Polling mirage? Yoon Suk-yeol’s rising approval rates may not be what they seem
Karl FriedhoffKarl Friedhoff March 9, 2023
Why the ROK-Japan deal on forced labor will be hard for opponents to overturn
Analysis

Why the ROK-Japan deal on forced labor will be hard for opponents to overturn

Yoon is early in presidency and his foreign policy prioritizes normal relations with democratic neighbor

Why the ROK-Japan deal on forced labor will be hard for opponents to overturn
Justin YeoJustin Yeo March 7, 2023
South Korea has good reason to reconsider costs of providing weapons to Ukraine
Analysis

South Korea has good reason to reconsider costs of providing weapons to Ukraine

US and its allies are nudging Seoul to arm Kyiv, and some experts say Russia will have limited ability to retaliate

South Korea has good reason to reconsider costs of providing weapons to Ukraine
John LeeJohn Lee March 6, 2023
Video games are the latest cultural battleground between South Korea and China
Analysis

Video games are the latest cultural battleground between South Korea and China

Resentment over cultural ownership runs deep between the two countries, and video games are the latest iteration of it

Video games are the latest cultural battleground between South Korea and China
James FretwellJames Fretwell March 3, 2023
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