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Mon, September 26, 2022 | 02:15
Evidence on Cheonan wont change Chinas posture on NK
BEIJING ― South Korea should develop a new strategy in dealing with North Korea, as evidence on the sinking of the Cheonan won't change China's engagement posture with the North, and the United States will also eventually want to move the stalled six-party nuclear talks forward, said a U.S. analyst on Korean affairs.
Navy ship sinking puts Beijing on the spot
BEIJING ― As South Korea is likely to bring the matter of the deadly sinking of the warship Cheonan to the United Nations Security Council amid growing suspicions of North Korean involvement, China is also becoming the focus of attention as a veto-wielding permanent council member.
Don’t’ Accept Glass Ceiling in Business
The new CEO of Doosan Capital Co. Chung Ok-hee, 46, doesn't buy into the often-cited mantra by many women in business: glass ceiling, the barrier for career development in the male-dominated corporate hierarchy.
Nuclear Summit and Missed Opportunity in Pyongyang
LONDON ― As world leaders gathered in Washington this week for a first-ever global nuclear summit, with North Korea being a major item on the agenda, a former British diplomat recalled that the U.S. had a chance to put a lid on North Korea's nuclear ambition in 2002, but then sabotaged talks with Pyongyang due to domestic partisan politics.
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