U.S. President Joe Biden’s nominee for secretary of defense, Lloyd Austin, said Wednesday he would bring about an early resolution to stalled military cost-sharing negotiations with South Korea.
South Korea’s Defense Ministry on Tuesday said it was ready to hold military talks with North Korea on “any matter” for the sake of reducing tensions on the peninsula.
President-elect Joe Biden’s nominee for secretary of state, Antony J. Blinken, said Tuesday a wholesale review of U.S. policy toward North Korea was in order, signaling the new administration's intent to dial up pressure on the regime...
In my last column I conveyed the concerns among democracy experts about growing authoritarian tendencies in Seoul. In this column I have to reflect on a far worse episode that subsequently occurred in the United States — the...
An arms race in missiles is heating up on the Korean Peninsula with South Korea developing its own submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) to match North Korea’s.
North Korea wrapped up a week-long Eighth Workers’ Party Congress Tuesday with an address from leader Kim Jong-un proclaiming a redoubling of work on the regime’s nuclear program.
South Korea proposed to the incoming Joe Biden administration a reopening of dialogue with North Korea in the spirit of the 2018 Singapore summit, according to a senior official in Seoul on Monday.
South Korean officials are redoubling their efforts to defend a controversial new law ratified Tuesday, which criminalizes the distribution of anti-Pyongyang propaganda at the inter-Korean border.
South Korea selected U.S. arms maker Lockheed Martin’s Seahawk chopper to expand its fleet of maritime attack helicopters, the country’s military procurement agency announced Tuesday.
North Korea is likely to reverse course next year and again extend an olive branch to South Korea and the United States following its party congress in January, according to multiple government-run think tanks in Seoul.