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In many respects, South Korea's decision last week to participate in the China-led new regional infrastructure development bank was sensible.
2015/3/31
The ruling against the 62-year-old adultery law at a constitutional court hearing in February was not merely the conclusion to a controversial decades-long debate. It also reflected changing norms in a traditionally patriarchal Korean society.
2015/3/31
War in the Middle East is not exactly Earth-shattering news in a region that always had more than its fair share of bloodshed.
2015/3/31
Pragmatism was a constant in Lee Kuan Yew's thoughts and actions during his years as prime minister, and later.
2015/3/31
A local English newspaper ran this headline last Sunday for an article about cars, trucks, roads, injuries and deaths: “Failure to yield cause of accidents.” That headline pushes us to consider the many ways native speakers of English (of the American variety) use the term “yield.”
2015/3/30
So Taiwan wants to join the Beijing-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank or AIIB. Join Taiwan must as President Ma Ying-jeou said in an exclusive interview with The China Times on last Thursday.
2015/3/30
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went into the recent parliamentary elections with a sharp turn to the right that yielded the results he sought.
2015/3/30
“The Four Tigers” is a shorthand label for the dynamic economies of East Asia that achieved strikingly rapid growth from the 1960s into the 1990s — Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.
2015/3/29
The Obama administration and the tireless U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry endlessly strive for and speak about reaching a nuclear “deal” with Iran.
2015/3/28
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A visionary leader who saw Singapore rise from a former colonial outpost to a global economic powerhouse, Lee Kuan Yew passed away Monday, leaving behind a legacy that will be hard to emulate.
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