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Fri, January 30, 2015 | 18:29
Covering war, then and now
In sunny Florida, while storms and blizzards rage in the American Northeast, old war correspondents whom I knew in Vietnam and Cambodia ta...
Telling a defector's story
Defectors from North Korea all have harrowing tales of suffering that are difficult to imagine in real life. Their stories differ widely d...
Obama, the Great Conciliator
WASHINGTON -” Incredibly, President Obama was the missing man among world leaders massed in tight formation in the front rank of the peace...
Getting tough with N. Korea
The rapid-fire sequence of events surrounding the film “The Interview” raises a familiar question: When will the world lose patience with ...
'The Interview' - funny but serious
By now so many people have seen "The Interview" that it almost seems ridiculous to think that Sony briefly banned its release. The film is...
The perils of cyber war
WASHINGTON - Maybe we should all be thankful. No harm done in this Sony/North Korea flap; just a war of words. A torrent of them, in fact,...
Arguing against torture
Throughout human history people have tortured people to assert their power, to destroy enemies, to gain information - or simply to hurt th...
Going nuts in first class
I know how she feels. You ask for nuts, you get pretzels, and that’s upsetting. That’s just the view from economy class. Up there in first...
This film's no joke to N. Korea
The North Koreans could not have come up with a better way to publicize a movie. Can anyone imagine a Hollywood comedy causing a diplomati...
Uncovering Asian corruption
MANILA - The title was alluring: "The First Asian Investigative Journalism Conference." For two days, experts regaled journalists from all...
Retreat from reform
Year of Korean reconciliation
New at times means different
Learning from Joseon-era kings
Tradition vs. innovation
Fall of the House of Samuelson
Foreign policy afterthoughts
Netanyahu aims to save Israel
In lethal injection case, high court can take a bold step
1. Tesla P85D's 'insane mode' shocks passengers
2. Japanese classic “Love Letter” to get Korean remake
3. Samsung Electro swung profit
4. Entertainment industry lashes out at Clara
5. Famed 'Ode to My Father' store faces foreclosure
6. Huawei bids for emergency network deal
7. Fashion bloggers experience Cambodian sweatshops
8. U.S. prioritizing N.K. denuclearization: diplomat
9. Seoul City defends Chung's misconduct
10. TV emcee Kim Gu-ra forced to sell house
Soldiers from the 8th Army Corps eat lunch at a restaurant near ...
Douglas Ragan, second from left in the front row, chief of the ...
Defense Minister Han Min-koo salutes the national flag before a ...
Australia’s Jason Davidson, right, celebrates with his team ma...
Youth members of the Korean Red Cross pack stationery for children i...
Clean Air Asia board member Cornie Huizenga delivers a keynote speec...
Korea Credit Guarantee Fund (KODIT) CEO Seoh Geun-woo speaks during ...
Leaders of Hyundai Motor’s labor union speak to reporters ahea...
Sara Hurtado and Adria Diaz, of Spain, skate their short dance durin...
Strategy and Finance Minister Choi Kyung-hwan, left, talks with Xu S...
Woori Bank Chief Executive Lee Kwang-goo, right, and Korea Credit Gu...
Regulator in school: Financial Service Commission (FSC) Chairman&nbs...
Burger King Korea CEO Jay Moon, center, cuts a ribbon with senior ex...
A model holds a placard announcing the official launch of LG Electro...
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