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Asia's bloodiest border
NEW DELHI - North Korean declarations of "a state of war" on the Korean peninsula tend to make people forget bloodier border confrontation...
The 'crime' of Christianity
The outlook for Kenneth Bae, the American preacher/tour guide who's been sentenced to 15 years hard labor in North Korea, is bleak.
Chinese on a far frontier
NEW DELHI - Chinese forces have staged an "intrusion" into Indian territory that would have been top world news had they been North Korean...
Old times passing
You know you've reached a certain age when people who had a lot to do with your "career" begin to drop off in increasing numbers. In recen...
Saving face for Kim Jong-un
Amid much fanfare, North Korea has advanced to the brink of the dreaded Second Korean War.
The Iron Lady's legacy for Korea
Memories and images of Margaret Thatcher and her legacy as displayed in the media this week evoke an obvious question: What would the Iron...
Waging rhetorical warfare
North Korean rhetoricians and weirdo American politicos sound like they’re exchanging ideas and lines with each other. Kim Jong-un says he...
War on another Asian front
MANILA - War planes strafe and bomb. Tanks shell enemy redoubts. The infantry move in under air and artillery support, spraying automatic ...
Looking back on Iraq
The anniversary this week of the opening salvos in the American “shock-and-awe” campaign against Saddam Hussein’s Iraq reminds us of the “...
China, the forgotten signatory
There's no mystery as to why North Korea is calling the Korean War armistice “null and void.” They want to replace it with a peace treaty ...
Sullying noble sacrifices
Marital rape is a crime
Online education revolution in Korea
New growth formula
Blackmailing out of fear
Public campaigns for good manners
Art of communication
What could Park have done better at US speech?
Can Barack Obama survive scandals?
Syria's thin red line
Obama making Bush look like model of restraint
1. Foreign schools unsupervised
2. NK launches three short-range guided missiles: defense ministry
3. Tax office to inspect alcohol industry
4. K-pop industry seeks leap forward
5. 'NK has 200 mobile launchers'
6. Woman jailed for stabbing husband to death after quarrel
7. Housing market bouncing back
8. Korea still behind in software power
9. Ahn-Moon rivalry kicks in
10. When healthcare becomes a vacation
Korean English instructors at primary and secondary schools stage a ...
Hana Financial Group President Choe Heung-sik, fourth from left, cut...
A child enjoys splashing water at a fountain in Nanji Park near the ...
Cooks show fusion food made with kimchi and other ingredients during...
Rep. Choi Kyoung-hwan, right, floor leader of the ruling Saenur...
A U.S. soldier sprays a vehicle with decontaminant during a ROK...
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant appears frustrated during...
Lee Young-hee, third from right, executive vice president of Samsung...
Cincinnati Reds’ Choo Shin-soo watches his solo homer against ...
Seen is a Google TV manufactured by LG Electronics running on the&nb...
Executives and employees of Hyundai Motor’s plant in the Czech...
David Beckham waves during a ceremony to honor footballers who have ...
Customers shop during a shoe fair at Shinsegae Department Store in B...
Psy performs at the “American Idol” finale at the N...
San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan shoots past the Golden State War...
Foreigners, mostly ethnic Korean Chinese, stage a rally at a park in...
Baesangmyun Brewery CEO Bae Young-ho pays a visit to the memori...
Pledge for cooperation
Customers examine insect repellents at a Lotte Mart outlet in centra...
Winners and losers
The number of mobile banking users on smartphones reached over 28 mi...
Organizers and participants of the 430th Turtle Marathon pose on Mt....
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder David Beckham, who announced his reti...
Doug Wilson, general manger of the San Jose Sharks arrives for the N...
Hyosung Group Chairman Cho Suk-rai, left, poses with Illinois Instit...
Cho Yang-hoHanjin Group Chairman
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