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Obama's futile pleas
China’s President Xi Jinping makes a careful distinction between U.S. President Obama and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. It’s OK to ta...
Inside China's 'reform' system
President Park Geun-hye and China's President Xi Jinping agreed on three core topics when they met last week in Seoul. North Korea should ...
Moves and countermoves
TOKYO - Alliances and policies have a way of shifting quickly, at opportune or even inopportune moments. What's China's President Xi Jinpi...
US policy in disarray
WASHINGTON - U.S. foreign policy these days is so confusing and conflicting that it's impossible to figure out where the U.S. is going, wh...
US failure in Iraq
Remember the great “surge” of U.S. forces in Iraq that General David Petraeus believed would finish off the bad guys before the U.S. scale...
Gwangju and Tiananmen
In all the stories I've been reading about the Tiananmen massacre 25 years ago, one element seems to have been missing. That's the compari...
Obama's 'shocking' omission
WASHINGTON - Winston Lord, a retired senior U.S. diplomat with wide experience in Asia, is "shocked" that President Barack Obama, in his m...
Across bloodied borders
NEW DELHI - The division between India-held and Pakistan-held Kashmir ranks with that between North and South Korea as long-running, blood...
Dancing to India's new tune
NEW DELHI - The United States has to go through a skillfully choreographed diplomatic dance as a prelude to making up with India's incomin...
Exploiting tragedy of the Sewol
The Sewol tragedy is now old news. The international press barely covers the long aftermath as divers look for the last missing bodies. Th...
Incompetent and negligent
'No' to US missile defense
A dose of resilience
Old habits die hard
President should change first
Age may matter this time
1997 crisis and Sewol tragedy
Winds of vanity
MH17 - who did it? what next?
Israel's losing war
Argentina's sovereign bondage
1. Spreadsheet of wife's sex excuses goes viral
2. Body of fugitive ferry owner found
3. Bullied schoolgirl pulled by leash around her neck
4. Sewol ferry owner Yoo Byung-eun found dead
5. Tiny Japanese player turns heads in NBA
6. Central bank, finance ministry mull stimulus steps
7. Correspondent breaks down while reporting on Gaza conflict
8. Gaza suffers bloodiest day of Israel offensive
9. Amid crisis, Putin's popularity soars at home
10. Mysterious sinkholes appear across Seoul
Applicants of the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) take a test ...
Portuguese President Cavaco Silva, second from right, pays tribute d...
Unionized workers of Seoul National University Hospital hold a sit-i...
Members of popular K-pop boy band EXO on stage during the band&rsquo...
Employees of Kolon Group look at an art exhibition titled &ldqu...
Mary C. Gentile, professor of Babson College in the U.S. and au...
Choi Kyung-hwan, third from right, deputy prime minister and fi...
Engineers of Doosan Infracore, the nation’s leading constructi...
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