Asylum seekers have landed in the ROK, and along with them, the rise of a ‘two-faced’ policy that fails to hold water, writes Hugh S […]
As the Heisei Period draws to a close, how will the name of the next Emperor’s period be decided? Timothy Magarry writes.
The power of statistics comes from objectivity – but too often they don’t add up, as South Korean politics goes to show, writes Taehyun Ryu.
China has been known for its pursuit of gold medals since its re-entry into the Olympics in 1980. But is China’s gold-or-bust attitude shifting? Although […]