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Korea as the new 'cool'
Many Koreans don't know it, but Korea is cool. Three newly published books say so. Two of them even have "cool" in the title - "The Birth ...
Hong Kong's isolated crusade
The demonstrations in Hong Kong are at a critical stage. In the spirit of democracy movements in Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia and Tha...
Raising Cain about a cane
Why do the North Koreans simply refuse to follow the logic and needs of foreign analysts when it comes to the timing of great events? Here...
The North Korean power game
The world seems to be missing Kim Jong-un. The porcine image of this overweight 30-something reviewing his troops or wagging a finger at a...
Protesting for democracy
The democracy demos in Hong Kong evoke so many memories going back to the late 1960s when I saw thousands pouring on to the streets of wha...
The US at war - again
WASHINGTON - The eyes of the world are upon the new U.S. war in Syria and Iraq, and that's not just because people want to know how or whe...
Pivoting toward war
WASHINGTON - The debate is so familiar. Should the United States plunge into a war in a region about which all too little is really unders...
Why have UN 'peace-keepers'?
The United Nations as a force for peace has never lived up to the hopes implicit in the name. You can’t blame a succession of secretary-ge...
Waging the wars of the future
By Donald Kirk Star Wars is coming. Wait around long enough, and we’ll see missiles and interceptor projectiles knocking each o...
Korea's 'Roaring Currents'
Shots of the treacherously swirling sea off Korea's southwestern coast appear so often in the film "Roaring Currents" - about an epic batt...
Koreas fail to meet
Dialogue with opposition
The Sewol divide and common cordiality
Addressing climate change issues
Lawmakers and lawbreakers
Pope and his message for Koreans
WTO's reform crisis
US military refuses to be 'too late' on climate
There's no easy way to put a lid on healthcare costs
China's great leap backward
1. Google Street View catches woman's breast, company gets sued
2. Naked woman exorcises baby in snowy cold
3. Jose Canseco accidentally shoots off his own finger
4. Hands full? Don't worry - this shoe 'ties' itself
5. Court upholds ruling in NK defector rape case
6. North Korean defector makes BBC's 100 Women list
7. 'Psy weeps at late singer's funeral'
8. Gang member charged for abusing mentally disabled neighbors
9. Seoul wants Asia's UN Office in DMZ
10. Catcalling video draws attention to sexual harassment
A foreigner cuts rice at a harvest event at Changdeok Palace, Seoul,...
Students listen to a lecture while using tablets at Boramae Elementa...
Defense Minister Han Min-koo answers a question about the defense bu...
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un waves to spectators during a visit t...
Hana Bank President and Chief Executive Kim Jong-jun, left, pos...
Kim Choong-ho, Hyundai Motor president, poses with the automaker&rsq...
Models promote Harman International Industry’s new headsets ―&...
An employee smiles in the dealing room of Korean Exchange Bank&rsquo...
San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner, right, celebrates wi...
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