Terrorists win a round over Sony’s ‘Interview’

If an anonymous group threatened in mid-December to harm bakeries without saying where, when or how, would every doughnut shop and cake vendor feel compelled to shut down through the holiday season? Of course not. Yet a threat by ...

[Editorial] Legislative deadlock

The legislative deadlock at the National Assembly stemming from the rival parties’ standoff over the Blue House document leak and influence-peddling scandal is raising concerns as its monthlong extraordinary session is coming to ...

[Editorial] A moral rebirth

It may sound ironic, but the demise last week of a major progressive party should reawaken Korean society to the need to foster healthy progressive political forces. There is no doubt that the Constitutional Court’s ruling to dis...

[Park Sang-seek] How peaceful is the world?

Toward the end of each year, the world’s mass media outlets compete to select top 10 news events. This contest is enough to excite general readers but not educational enough to show them the future trends in the world. Recently, ...