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Naver looks, acts, sounds like news outlet
Naver, the portal where readers get more news than from any other single news organization doesn't want to be classified as a news outlet because it would be subject to the stringent rules applied to newspapers and broadcasters. But a look at its display of news about Wednesday's summit between President Moon Jae-in and U.S. President Donald Trump makes one wonder whether Naver can avoid the media label any longer.
Barbara Bush, a no-nonsense first lady
As matriarch of one of America's political dynasties, Barbara Pierce Bush, who was the wife and mother of presidents, an honor held by only one other first lady, was more than just the woman behind the powerful men in her family.
Trump taking smart calculated risk with North Korea talks
In July 1971, President Richard Nixon jolted the international status quo _ and set diplomatic nerves worldwide fluttering _ by announcing he would visit China. “Never in history, to our knowledge, have diplomatic relations progressed so fast from the ping-pong table to the presidency,” this page breathlessly observed.
| 2018-04-22 15:29
Keeping Trump's trust is key to reviving diplomacy
If it's true that proximity to President Donald Trump is the key to effective policy-making in his administration, then Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo stands a good chance to succeed _ whatever the merit of his policies. That's as it should be. To think otherwise is to misunderstand the role of the Secretary of State.
Trump reveals incoherence of Syria policy
It's hard to know where to begin when describing the incoherence of President Donald Trump's Syria policy as he threatens missile strikes on the Assad regime.
Engineering a more responsible digital future
The world is being battered by technological disruption, as innovations such as big data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, the Internet of Things, blockchain, 3D printing, and virtual reality change how societies and economies work.
Paralympic reflections, 1988 to 2018
The PyeongChang Paralympics can be regarded as a huge success. But the greatest measure of success would be greater awareness and sustained efforts to improve the quality of life for all people with disabilities.
Trump's 'hard line' on North Korea is soft symbolism
One could be forgiven for thinking the symbolism at the Olympics signaled a hard line from the Donald Trump administration on North Korea.
What is North Korea's next move?
The high-level North Korean delegation to the PyeongChang Winter Olympics returned home, leaving behind both expectations and concerns about a proposed third inter-Korean summit.
| 2018-02-14 16:24
Dual voting structure
Fair Trade Commission Chairman Kim Sang-jo said Wednesday the government might consider allowing small businesses and venture startups to issue dual class shares.
| 2018-02-02 15:04
30 people purchased 8,000 homes: data
National Assembly passes motion to arrest DPK chief
Scientists find green way to turn CO2 into fuel with sunlight
Gender equality minister nominee in hot seat over remarks on abortion
Seoul invites ambassadors to introduce new halal foods in Korea
Kim Jong-un's rejection of Russia's food assistance irritates North Korean defectors
Rights experts from 17 countries demand release of North Korean escapees in China
S. Korea condemns Russia, seeks to mend ties with China
COVID-19 deaths hit record high in Korea for 2022
Honey-dipped cookie to represent 'K-desserts' at global food expo in Germany
More than 2,800 killed by earthquake in Morocco
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