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Australia-Korea Relations about commerce, not strategy
It’s a mistake to believe Australia can build relations with South Korea on shared strategic interests, writes Jeffrey Robertson.
Korea’s cultural exports and soft power: Understanding the true scale of this trend
The direct economic contribution of Hallyu — the ‘Korean wave’ of popular culture — is small, but the benefits to Korea can extend well beyond the culture industry, writes Jimmyn Parc.
What lies behind South Korea’s politics of gender hate
Kyoung-hee Moon asks, why in democratic South Korea in 2022 did the politics of gender hate influence the voting choice of so many young Korean men at the presidential election?
Déjà vu for Australia-Korea relations
The coincidence of a newly elected Labor prime minister in Australia and a conservative president in South Korea revives memories of the last time the two countries set ambitious bilateral strategic goals, writes Peter K. Lee.
South Korea’s Yoon: Return of the prodigal son?
The election of a conservative president in South Korea is not necessarily good news for the US and Australia writes Jeffrey Robertson.