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[Editorial] Undue pressure

In an unprecedented move, research heads of more than 30 domestic securities companies released a joint statement Thursday to condemn Hana Tour for attempting …

[Editorial] Abusive tycoons

Reports on chaebol scions and business owners accused of abusing their employees never cease, fueling anticorporate public sentiment and raising serious …

[Rachel Marsden] Offshore banking perverts global capitalism

The largest data leak in history 11.5 million documents, coined the 쏱anama Papers is providing a glimpse into the 1-percenters world of …

[Emily S. Chen] Surrender of Japan셲 peace constitution
[Emily S. Chen] Surrender of Japan셲 peace constitution

In February, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called on the National Diet to amend Article 9 of the country셲 constitution, which renounces war as a means …

[Editorial] Youth in plight

Korea is undergoing such rapid demographic changes that many relevant statistics keep producing new records. Those on marriage are no exception.혻 Latest …

[Editorial] Homework to do

With the campaigns for Wednesday셲 general election in the final stretch, voters should think about decisions they have already made or will make. Here are …

[Mark Gilbert] New reasons to worry about Europe셲 banks

European banks have lost their mojo. A toxic combination of negative interest rates, comatose economies and a regulatory backdrop that might euphemistically be …

[Gareth Evans] Learning from military intervention in Libya
[Gareth Evans] Learning from military intervention in Libya

There are important lessons to be learned from what went wrong with the NATO-led military intervention in Libya in 2011. U.S. President Barack Obama was right …

[Noah Smith] Growing a nation won셳 always grow its economy

On June 23, the U.K. will vote on whether to withdraw from the European Union. This is a momentous decision, with far-reaching economic and political …

[Therese Raphael] Cameron is clean, but no one cares

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron didn셳 lie. He셲 not accused of being a tax cheat. Unlike his Icelandic counterpart, he didn’t have financial …

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