Gains By S. Korean Leftists May Affect U.S. Relations For the first time in 40 years, a left-of-center party will dominate the South Korean National Assembly. What are the implications for U.S. relations with Seoul? NPR's Cheryl Corley asks Victor Cha, a political science professor at Georgetown University.
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Gains By S. Korean Leftists May Affect U.S. Relations

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Gains By S. Korean Leftists May Affect U.S. Relations

Gains By S. Korean Leftists May Affect U.S. Relations

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For the first time in 40 years, a left-of-center party will dominate the South Korean National Assembly. What are the implications for U.S. relations with Seoul? NPR's Cheryl Corley asks Victor Cha, a political science professor at Georgetown University.