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What South Korea wants from Joe Biden

Four takeaways on the future of Seoul's alliance with the US

| South Korea
President Moon Jae-in appears eager to set a new tone for the U.S.-South Korea dialogue.   © Reuters

Soo Kim is a policy analyst at the nonprofit, nonpartisan RAND Corporation and adjunct professor at American University.

South Korea's Blue House appears to be running on all cylinders to build relations with U.S. President-elect Joe Biden, with President Moon Jae-in and his team busy issuing public statements and arranging high-level meetings with key players in the incoming administration.

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