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Sun, December 10, 2023 | 16:40
Foreign ministry asks Japan to investigate case of Korean poisoned with bleach in Tokyo
The Korean government has requested Japanese authorities to conduct a swift and fair investigation into a case where a Korean national was served water containing bleach at a restaurant in Tokyo.
Delegates from 48 cities to gather in Seoul for mayoral forum
Mayors and delegations from nearly 50 cities around the world will gather in Seoul later this week for a summit to discuss ways to create more livable and sustainable cities, according to the Seoul Metropolitan Government.
Putin may regret forging closer ties with Kim: experts
Closer relations between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Russian President Vladimir Putin is not a win-win partnership, but “Kim's win,” according to analysts, who viewed that the Russian leader may later regret his decision to forge closer ties with Pyongyang. While North Korea has a lot to gain from Russia such as technological support in advancing its weapons and food ...
Kim Jong-un gains new leverage through summit with Putin: expert
INCHEON - Chances for North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to return to dialogue with the United States have become even lower now that he has gained new leverage through his recent summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to Victor Cha, a U.S. analyst at Asian Affairs.
Russia unlikely to provide high-level arms tech to North Korea
The recent burgeoning military cooperation between North Korea and Russia has sparked concerns about the potential transfer of nuclear weapons technologies from Moscow to Pyongyang, but that is unlikely to happen, according to analysts, Sunday.Later in the day, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un departed from Russia's far eastern city of Artyom, completing his six-day visit to R...
[ANALYSIS] Kim-Putin summit signals 'new normal' of N. Korea-Russia relations
A high-stakes summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday signals a “new normal” of North Korea-Russia relations, according to analysts. “Spurred by the Ukraine war and hostility toward the West, the two countries are deepening their relations to a level not seen after the collapse of the Soviet Union,” said Cho Han-bum, a ...
[INTERVIEW] Incheon Security Conference to highlight peace through alliance
On Sep. 15, 1950, some 260 naval ships and 70,000 troops of the U.S.-led United Nations forces alongside South Korean troops landed on Incheon's coast, west of Seoul, in a bold counteroffensive against North Korea's invasion.
American professor wins Korea Foundation award
Clark Sorensen, professor emeritus at the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington, has won the Korea Foundation (KF) Award, recognized for his over two decades of contributions to the development of Korean studies, according to the foundation.
Kim, Putin poised for high-stakes summit amid arms deal concerns
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrived in Russia early Tuesday morning for a possible summit with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, according to South Korea's defense ministry, amid speculation that the two leaders may strike a major arms deal. A green-and-yellow armored train carrying Kim arrived at Khasan railway station in the Primorsky Krai region near the border b...
Korea favors Japan over China in reference to 3-way ties
In recent months, the Yoon Suk Yeol administration has been increasingly using the term “Korea-Japan-China” instead of “Korea-China-Japan” to refer to trilateral relations between Korea and its two neighboring countries. During his attendance at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)-related summits in Jakarta last week, President Yoon again stressed the importanc...
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