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South Korea: Toward a Comprehensive Global Alliance

The city is illuminated at night in this general view of central Seoul August 13, 2013 Reuters/Lee Jae-Won

Back in 1953 – at the time of the Korean Armistice and the year of my birth – the Republic of Korea (ROK) was a war-stricken, destitute country reliant on U.S. military and economic assistance for its survival. Now, more than sixty years later, as the minister of foreign affairs, I take pride in the ROK’s remarkable metamorphosis – not only into a robust democracy with a thriving economy, but also into an active and responsible member of the international community and a trusted partner of the United States.

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