Career diplomat Kim Kyou-hyun sets about reforming South Korea's top intelligence service

South Korean President Yoon Seok-youl (left) and National Intelligence Service (NIS) chief Kim Kyou-hyun.
South Korean President Yoon Seok-youl (left) and National Intelligence Service (NIS) chief Kim Kyou-hyun. © Yonhap/EPA/MaxPPP
President Yoon Seok-youl, who wants to get the intelligence services back to work in the service of the country's foreign policy priorities - the United States, China and North Korea, is counting on the new head of the National Intelligence Service (NIS), Kim Kyou-hyun, a civil servant who has a close understanding of these three key policy areas. [...] (809 words)
Issue dated 09/09/2022 Reading time 4 minutes

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