REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak - A South Korean national flag (R) is seen with the flags of Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan at a call centre of the Migrant Women's Hotline in Seoul May 27, 2008. South Korean men now outnumber women, who in turn increasingly delay marriage in pursuit of a career.


South Korea’s new demography: Implications for democracy and diplomacy in East Asia

November 10, 2015, Katharine H.S. Moon

On November 10, Katharine H.S. Moon presented at Harvard University's Program on U.S.-Japan Relations on her recent policy paper, "South Korea's Demographic Changes and their Political Impact," analyzing the current demographic change in South Korean society. 

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