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'Accidents' and collateral killings
The news from Ukraine and the Middle East carries grave implications for Northeast Asia, notably the Korean Peninsula. Just think of all t...
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...
Cultural assets in Japan
Tackling labor issues
Old wine in new bottles
Park must learn from King Jeongjo
A dose of resilience
Old habits die hard
President should change first
The new Thirty Years' War
A tale of two carbon taxes
A policy of discrimination
Middle power and Middle Kingdom
1. Mother leaves children unattended to have car sex
2. Stalker gets 35 years' jail for murdering his teacher
3. Man rides naked on Beijing bus
4. Former model tells of breast surgery to impress husband
5. Police taser Hawaiian mayoral candidate
6. Russia reconnected with gecko sex satellite
7. Fifty NK students from elite school die in bus plunge
8. Eva Green's nipples deemed too sexy for TV
9. Today's elections too close to call
10. Schoolgirl chops off friend's head and hand
Schoolchildren conduct an experiment to make a “density tower&...
Lee Jung-hyun, left, of the ruling Saenuri Party, running in the dis...
Lee Ki-sik, right, president of the Republic of Korea Naval Aca...
Oriental Brewery (OB) CEO Jang In-soo, third from left, poses w...
A model promotes LG Electronics’ premium kitchen electric appl...
Voters cast ballots at a community center in Sangdo 1-dong, a part o...
Kim Yong-nam of the ruling Saenuri Party celebrates with his support...
Nam Seong-woo, left, CEO of Hanwha SolarOne, shakes hands with ...
Doosan Group Chairman Park Yong-maan, center, cuts a ribbon with oth...
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