South Korea

North Korea's Secret Weapon Isn't What You Think It Is

Kyle Mizokami North Korean Military, Shockingly it is not a nuclear weapon. Here's What You Need to Remember: North Koreas's biggest military asset is a specific Army division  In any future war on the Korean Peninsula, U.S. and South Korean...
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South Korea's Submarine Program Looks To Gain Ground On China's

Charlie Gao Submarines, Asia While South Korea is not known for its submarine fleet, it possesses a decent-sized, quietly capable fleet. The ultimate goal of the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN) is to produce their own diesel-electric attack...
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Indian Pm Modi Is The Most Popular Global Leader As Bojo Considered The Most Unpopular, Shows Survey

Morning Consult has been tracking the weekly approval ratings of leaders in Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States since March 2020. The latest approval ratings are...
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South Korea Inks Record Missile Deal With The Uae

Mark Episkopos Arms Sales, Asia The deal is a positive sign for South Korea's emerging arms industry.  South Korea has inked a record deal for the sale of surface-to-air missile (SAM) systems to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The export contract...
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South Korean Marines Will Be The Key In Any Future Korean Conflict

Kyle Mizokami , Under the mentorship of the U.S. Marine Corps, South Korea has maintained one of the largest marine forces in the world. Here's What You Need to Remember: North Korea’s development of nuclear weapons has changed the rules of...
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The Battle Of Bloody Ridge Was A Bloody Mess

Daniel L. Davis Korean War, Asia-Pacific, North Korea, South Korea, United States And both sides were willing to pay a high price to win the hills. Here’s What You Need to Remember: After the last Chinese attempt to retake Seoul in April 1951,...
Related topics: North Korea, Seoul

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Google Play Games Are Available On Windows In A Three-country Beta

You can now play Google Play Games on Windows — if you live in the right country. Google has launched a registration-based beta offering access to "popular" Play Games titles on Windows PCs in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan. If you...
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South Korea's F-35 Fighters Can Do Just About Anything

Kris Osborn F-35 South Korea, Indo-Pacific Alongside the many reasons why South Korean F-35s could be extremely vital to deterring China, F-35 fighter jets also make sense in terms of countering the threat posed by North Korea. South Korea’s...
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Could The U.s. Military Have Won The Korean War?

Daniel L. Davis Korean War, North Korea, South Korea, United States, Asia-Pacific War is always chaotic, bloody, and tragic. Rarely is there an easy or clean battlefield victory. Here’s What You Need to Remember: By early 1950, more than 80...
Related topics: Military, North Korea

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South Korea And Saudi Arabia Need Oil But Eye Clean Energy

South Korea’s leader has landed in Saudi Arabia, where he was greeted in Riyadh by the kingdom’s crown prince and an honor guard marching band
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North Korea Fires 2 Suspected Missiles In 4th Launch This Year

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea on Monday fired two suspected ballistic missiles into the sea in its fourth weapons launch this month, South Korea’s military said, with the apparent goal of demonstrating its military might amid paused diplomacy...
Related topics: North Korea, Seoul, Military

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The State Where The Population Has Grown The Most Since 1880

The U.S. population in 1880 was just over 50 million people which is about what South Korea’s is today.  According to the 2020 Census, that number has grown to 331 million. The Census also...
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Photos: Dprk Says Friday Launches Were Firing Drill By Railway-borne Missile Regiment

A missile launch detected on Friday morning by the South Korean military was a firing drill by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s (DPRK) railway-borne missile regiment, state media said on Saturday.
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North korea Conducts Third Missile Test In 10 Days

North Korea test-fired what are believed to have been two short-range ballistic missiles on Friday, the general staff of the South Korean armed forces says. The launches came after North Korea's Foreign Ministry accused the US of "provocation" for...
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Skorea Slightly Eases Distancing But Warns Of Omicron Surge

South Korea will slightly ease its coronavirus gathering restrictions starting next week but continue to maintain a 9 p.m. curfew on restaurants and entertainment venues as it braces for a possible surge in infections driven by the contagious...

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S.korean Rescuers Locate Man At Collapsed Construction Site

Rescuers in South Korea have located a man under a pile of broken concrete at the construction site of a 39-floor building that partially collapsed, leaving six workers missing

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Turkey Is Building Tanks With South Korea's Help

Sebastien Roblin Turkey, Middle East If all goes well, Ankara plans to recapitalize its entire tank fleet with three more Altay batch orders for a total of 1,000 tanks. Here’s What You Need to Remember: Altay seemed to gain traction in early...
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Can South Korea Break The Iran Nuclear Deal Deadlock?

Mohammad Javad Mousavizadeh Iran Nuclear Deal, Middle East While South Korea is not privy to the talks in Vienna, releasing Iran’s frozen assets could make negotiations more likely to succeed. South Korean vice foreign minister Choi Jong Kun...
Related topics: Iran, Austria, Vienna

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South Korea Has Quietly Picked A Side In The Us-china Rivalry

Military honor guardsmen before the arrival of South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the White House, May 21, 2021.Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images South Korea long maintained "strategic ambiguity" in its relations with China and with the...
Related topics: China, Military, White House

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The Morning After: Samsung's Next Galaxy Flagship Is Coming Soon

So we’re already over the Galaxy S21 Fan Edition, announced just last week. Let’s turn our attention to Samsung’s Galaxy S22 family, apparently ready to officially break cover next month. According to South Korea's Digital Daily, a launch...

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