South Korean politicians dial up attacks on Moon Jae-in’s US-China balancing act

A former top prosecutor seeking a shot at South Korea’s presidency next year has slammed the government of Moon Jae-in for its approach to balancing ties with both the United States and China, saying Seoul should instead pursue a stronger alliance with Washington.

“South Korea’s security and diplomacy should be based on firm alliance with the US, and South Korea-US alliance should be a constant, not a variable,” Yoon Seok-youl said in an interview with the Joongang Ilbo newspaper published on…

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