Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, South Korea has emerged as a more visible player. South Korea has also become an important partner for NATO by exporting arms and deepening institutional cooperation. However, the war in Ukraine has also had the effect of bolstering North Korea’s position. As such, South Korea faces a difficult situation: it is seeking to broaden its foreign policy footprint, but is bound by the more immediate concerns on the Korean Peninsula.
|Title of host publication||War in Ukraine: One Year On|
|Editors||Zeno Leoni, Maeve Ryan, Gesine Weber|
|Publisher||King's College London|
|Publication status||Published - 24 Feb 2023|