South Korea

大韓民國(韓語:대한민국/大韓民國 Daehan Minguk */?),簡稱韓國(韓語:한국/韓國 Hanguk */?),亦稱南韓,是位於東亞朝鮮半島南部的共和制國家,首都為首爾。 --來自 維基百科


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2017/01/31 | Timothy S. Rich

Has Park Geun-Hye's Downfall Changed the Game for Women in Korea?

What does Park Geun-Hye’s impeachment mean for female politicians in Korea?

2017/01/22 | Artyom Lukin & Rensselaer Lee

How Russia Can Curb North Korea’s Nuclear Ambitions

History matters: Russia shares a land border with North Korea and has a wealth of experience in dealing with the Kim dynasty, whose installation it directly supported some 70 years ago.

2017/01/05 | Olivia Yang

Taiwan Media at War over South Korea Comparison

'If this is the level of a newspaper’s editorial team, then it’s enough to make one embarrassed about the quality of Taiwanese media. What right do we have to flatter ourselves to be influential and have ‘international perspectives?' writes South Korea-based Taiwanese journalist Yang Chien-hao.

2017/01/02 | Jeffrey Robertson

An End to South Korea’s Middle Power Moment?

The next South Korean administration will face a choice on whether to continue promoting South Korea as a middle power.

2016/12/04 | Anthony P. D’Costa

Has Big Business Hijacked South Korea?

South Korea must restore the balance between government and big business.

2016/12/01 | The Japan Times

Another Twist in the Park Scandal

Even if Park Geun-hye does step down, the vacuum at the apex of South Korean politics will persist; yet if she remains in office, Park will be too wounded to govern.

2016/11/27 | John Delury

The Crisis in Seoul and Risks to the Region

South Korea is engulfed in a month-long national crisis that has brought politics to a standstill, and the timing could not be worse for the Korean Peninsula and the region, writes John Delury.

2016/11/10 | Brian Hioe

Demonstrations in South Korea Calling on Park to Step Down

It is to be questioned whether Park’s Saenuri Party will be able to survive the scandal, and South Korea’s political future, not only internally but regionally, remains unknown.

2016/11/03 | The Japan Times

Scandal Rocks Seoul

'The scandal means that all of Park’s initiatives are more susceptible to criticism, and the temptation for outside powers, such as North Korea and China, to meddle in the campaign is increasing.'

2016/10/19 | Andrei Lankov

Learning to Live with a Nuclear North Korea

Like it or not, it is time to learn to live with a nuclear North Korea.

2016/10/13 | Dr. Willy Wo-Lap Lam

OPINION: Beijing Talks Tough About 'New Cold War' in Asia

Emblematic of Beijing’s pugilistic mentality is a series of war games staged with Russia. Perhaps not by coincidence, 22,000 American military personnel held exercises in waters around Guam.

2016/09/19 | Mo Tz-pin

Murder in Chapel Prompts South Korea to Rethink Chinese Tourism

Chinese tourism has been a boon for the South Korean economy, but a rise in violent crime has some worried.

2016/08/22 | Yuan-ling Liang

Rise in Number of 'May-December Marriages' a Sign of Gender Equality

Nearly one in five new brides in Taiwan is older than her husband. Many see this new phenomenon as the result of a more open-minded society and the impact of feminism.

2016/08/05 | Yuan-ling Liang

Are Chinese Cram Schools Teaching People How to be North Korean Defectors?

Two cram schools in China are reportedly teaching people to be North Korean defectors to gain refugee status in Europe.