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[Editorial] Losing its senses

Factional strife within political parties usually reaches its peak ahead of general elections as each faction strives to get as many nomination tickets as …

[Editorial] Kim쁲 jitters

The U.S. navy셲 nuclear-powered supercarrier USS John C. Stennis docked at Busan Port on Sunday in the latest reinforcement of U.S. military assets aimed at …

[Ingrid Newkirk] Why this feminist would 쁱ather go naked

Is it odd that a feminist like me, from back in the bra-burning 60s, champions racy protests featuring women wearing little more than body-paint markings …

[David Ignatius] Syria diplomacy셲 biggest surprise
[David Ignatius] Syria diplomacy셲 biggest surprise

The head of the Syrian opposition says he셲 going to Geneva for the next round of U.S.-Russian-sponsored peace talks Monday, even though the opposition …

[Editorial] Lee Se-dol evolves via AI

Champion Lee Se-dol finally beat AlphaGo in the fourth Go match on Sunday after losing ground to Google셲 artificial intelligence program in the previous …

[Editorial] General elections close in

The nation셲 general election will be held in a month. A total of 300 seats will be filled with lawmakers selected from 253 local constituencies and 47 …

[Noah Smith] Picking up where Abenomics left off

If there셲 one country that needs creative economic policy solutions, it셲 Japan. With many observers saying Abenomics has stalled after a year of weak …

[Mark Gilbert] Banking faces an existential crisis

Who would choose to be a banker these days? Your colleagues are disappearing at an alarming rate as your business shrinks. The regulators don셳 want you …

[Stephen L. Carter] A computer wins at Go, and this human is disappointed
[Stephen L. Carter] A computer wins at Go, and this human is disappointed

Put away your worries about how all the major presidential contenders have abandoned a bipartisan consensus on trade, or whether any serious financial …

[Ranil Wickremesinghe] Trade in time of protectionism
[Ranil Wickremesinghe] Trade in time of protectionism

As China셲 economy slows and growth in the developed world remains anemic, governments across Asia are working to keep their economies on an upward …

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