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G7 commits to total abolition of nuclear arms

It is highly significant that the Group of Seven major powers including the three nuclear powers of the United States, Britain and France issued a …

Hong Kong셲 youth power

Hong Kong is an indisputable part of China, so think the Chinese. A new political party has been launched by young students who orchestrated the 2014 …

[Raul Palabrica] China셲 struggle for recognition

What would you do if you were the richest person in your community and you had issues with your neighbors on property rights? If you were emotionally stable or …

[Tulsathit Taptim] Thai connections in Panama Papers
[Tulsathit Taptim] Thai connections in Panama Papers

It requires financial genius to stash mountains of money in tax havens, as revealed by the Panama Papers, but it probably takes greater intellect to defend the …

[Jeffrey Frankel] The domestic threat to U.S. leadership

U.S. President Barack Obama has racked up a series of foreign-policy triumphs over the last 12 months. But one that has gained less attention than others was …

[Editorial] Signs from North Korea

The recent series of defections by North Koreans have serious implications for South Korea, which is obliged to assess the situation in the North correctly and …

[Editorial] What election meant

Koreans have selected 300 people who will form the new National Assembly, with the hopes that it will — at the least — be better than the current …

[Albert R. Hunt] Rivals should be in cahoots to stump Trump

Donald Trump is getting some unlikely assistance from his opponents in his uphill effort to win a majority of Republican presidential delegates. Ted Cruz and …

[Peter Singer] Can artificial intelligence be ethical?
[Peter Singer] Can artificial intelligence be ethical?

Last month, AlphaGo, a computer program specially designed to play the game Go, caused shockwaves among aficionados when it defeated Lee Se-dol, one of the …

[Kim Myong-sik] Dealing humbly with our remains after death
[Kim Myong-sik] Dealing humbly with our remains after death

Lawyer Kim Chang-kook, an old friend of mine, died of liver cancer last week. His body — thinned by the long bout of illness — was cremated, with …

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