The public supports US participation in the Paris climate agreement, the Iran nuclear deal, and more.
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The US public supports meeting with the leaders of Russia, China, North Korea, Cuba, and more.
But public opinion has likely shifted following Hamas' attacks on Israel.
Karl Friedhoff joins the NK News podcast to unpack public polling on nuclear weapons, Pyongyang, and more.
Seoul has balanced between domestic concerns and external threats, Karl Friedhoff writes, but economic realities now threaten the equilibrium.
The South Korean president rode polarization to steady the ship through his first year in office.
The backlash to the South Korean leader's comments to the Washington Post served as an important test of his underlying support, Karl Friedhoff writes.
"According to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, America's positive view of Korea are reaching the highest levels since 1978," President Yoon Suk-yeol told Congress.
President Yoon will likely sell the idea of “lining up major investments coming into South Korea from American companies,” says Karl Friedhoff.