Koreans find it oddㅡ How could the U.S-Korea alliance, a comradery bonded by blood they shed together in the Korean War, possibly be secondary to the U.S-Japan alliance, which is between sworn ex-enemies?
Let us compare and contrast the styles of the Chinese and Jewish capitalists in championing the neoliberal dystopia.
The Japanese are not afraid of China. They do not share the historical memories of the Koreans, whose kings named themselves after the letter ‘loyalty’ and knelt before the Mongols.
Korea, one of the world’s biggest buyers of gas, was paying some of the highest prices for it. To make matters worse, electricity consumption is expected to nearly double by 2035
The “German ambivalence” is not a disastrous state of being “totally without a strategic sense.” It is quite the opposite.