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[Editorial] Stringent sanctions

The U.N. Security Council셲 draft sanctions resolution against North Korea has been unveiled. U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power outlined key points …

[David Ignatius] Apple fights wrong encryption case
[David Ignatius] Apple fights wrong encryption case

Apple셲 chief executive Tim Cook is such a respected figure that it셲 easy to overlook the basic problem with his argument about encryption: Cook is …

[Editorial] Go ahead with Guantanamo closure

Seven years after issuing an executive order promising 쐏romptly to close detention facilities at Guantanamo, President Obama pleaded with a skeptical …

[Editorial] Sino-U.S. accord

A consensus on North Korean sanctions by the U.S and China will be beneficial to South Korea, as this could delay Washington셲 plan to deploy the Terminal …

[Editorial] Risks on yen셲 rise

The Korean won has continued to slide against the Japanese currency since the fourth quarter of last year. The yen has recently gained further as investors …

[David Ignatius] A next-generation battlefield
[David Ignatius] A next-generation battlefield

Little noticed amid the daily news bulletins about the Islamic State group and Syria, the Pentagon has begun a push for exotic new weapons that can deter …

[Cass R. Sunstein] Democratic presidents economic advantage

Donald Trump셲 success in the Republican primaries, punctuated by his victory Tuesday in Nevada, has been spurred in part by his deviation from traditional …

[Tom Pu-chih Hsieh] Protectionism is killing Taiwan’s competitiveness

Le Cordon Bleu and Taiwan셲 National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism have been trying to set up a branch of the famous French cooking school …

[M. Veera Pandiyan] Kill the smuggling routes, not the animals

It is the fourth most lucrative illegal trade in the world and Malaysia is among its thriving hubs. The global black market for wildlife and wildlife products …

[Kavi Chongkittavorn] Russia’s ties with ASEAN need more substance

Among key major powers, relations between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and Russia are the least developed — albeit full of potential. …

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