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South Korea to fight WTO ruling on Fukushima seafood ban
South Korea says it will appeal the World Trade Organization's decision against bans on imports of Japanese fishery products after the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns
South Korea's Moon may be on brink of legacy-defining moment
South Korea's liberal president, Moon Jae-in, is true believer in the power of Koreans talking to Koreans when it comes to solving their woes
Tax provisions included in budget deal to sweeten the deal
Congress passed a sweeping $400 billion budget deal in the early hours of Friday morning that busts through previous spending caps and suspends the debt limit for a year. But tucked inside the hefty document are tax provisions for special interests, including small private colleges, television and
Hungary says Romanian gas deal would end Russia's monopoly
Hungary's prime minister says a forthcoming deal to import natural gas from neighboring Romania means that the "age of the Russian gas monopoly in Hungary is ending."
What I learned from watching a week of North Korean TV
The week began with the faces of the "Dear Leader" and his “Great” father, in a circle, on a red background, with nothing else. The late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and his father, Kim Il Sung, are omnipresent on North Korean state television. It is as if the channel warns its viewers: This
Secretary Tillerson says US ready for 'serious negotiations' if North Korea proves to be 'credible partner'
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. is "ready for serious negotiations" if North Korea shows itself to be a "credible partner." Tillerson made the remarks during a joint press conference with his Canadian counterpart at the conclusion of a global summit on the security situation on the
The biggest international stories of 2017: From North Korea and Yemen to ISIS and terrorism
2017 was a tumultuous year on the global stage as world leaders confronted a morphing U.S. role in international affairs and crises across the world. President Donald Trump projected a policy of "America First" as he ceded the United States' leadership on climate change, blasted international
The Note: On #metoo, a partisan split
The TAKE with Rick Klein The declaration came definitively, if belatedly: #metoo has to mean them, too. The coordinated push to get Sen. Al Franken to resign reflects a new, cleaner, and more internally aggressive approach by top Democrats to demonstrate accountability in their own ranks. Until
Whistleblower alleges Flynn texted about Russia nuclear deal during inauguration, congressman says
A leading House Democrat revealed Wednesday he was approached by a whistleblower who said a businessman received a text from Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn on Jan. 20, 2017 at 12:11 pm – as the newly sworn President Donald Trump was giving his inaugural address – indicating that a lucrative nuclear energy
UN Ambassador Haley: North Korea will be 'utterly destroyed' if war comes
"No one can doubt that this threat is growing," said U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley at an emergency meeting of the Security Council.