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  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Sept. 8)

    Nature of alliance Longstanding alliance with US should deepen Unification Minister Lee In-young's comment that Korea's longstanding alliance with the United States could turn into a "peace ... 07:36 Sep. 08
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Sept. 8)

    Controversial fund Success of New Deal initiative hinges on deregulation rather than financing scheme The government last week disclosed plans to finance a special fund worth 20 trillion won... 07:35 Sep. 08
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Sept. 7)

    Setback to public health Authorities hit for giving in to striking doctors The Moon Jae-in administration deserves criticism for suspending a plan to strengthen public healthcare services in the f... 07:24 Sep. 07
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Sept. 7)

    Interpret law as is Top court takes issue with ordinance, not with law in ruling for teachers' union The recent Supreme Court ruling on a progressive, leftist teachers' union is hard to understand... 07:24 Sep. 07
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Sept. 5)

    Legalization of teachers' union Time to revise labor laws to global standard The Supreme Court ruled Thursday it was illegal to outlaw the Korean Teachers and Education Workers Union (KTU) because... 09:06 Sep. 05
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Sept. 2)

    Stop the spending The Korean economy is headed into uncharted territory, as epitomized by next year's gargantuan budget of 555.8 trillion won ($469.8 billion), up 8.5 percentage points compared to ... 06:54 Sep. 02
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Sept. 2)

    Looming economic woes Korea could suffer greater shock from COVIC-19 The country's industrial output edged up slightly by 0.1 percent in July from a month earlier, according to Statistics Korea. Th... 06:54 Sep. 02
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Sept. 2)

    Trilateral posture Moon government should not neglect defense consultations with the US and Japan US Defense Secretary Mark Esper and his Japanese counterpart Taro Kono met in Guam on Saturday to d... 06:54 Sep. 02
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Sept. 1)

    Departing from the past The opposition United Future Party (UFP) has changed its name to the People's Power Party (PPP) temporarily, which will likely be approved in a national committee meeting o... 07:03 Sep. 01
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Sept. 1)

    Work with opposition New party leader should promote national unity President Moon Jae-in's former prime minister, Lee Nak-yon, will steer the ruling Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) as he was chos... 07:03 Sep. 01
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Sept. 1)

    Use budget efficiently Government, ruling party to expand fiscal role; nonessential items must be eliminated South Korea's economic situation is worsening. Last week the Bank of Korea revised its ... 07:03 Sep. 01
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Aug. 28)

    No left or right in the battle President Moon Jae-in ordered strict action against the defiance by the Korean Confederation of Trade Union (KCTU) after the combative group refused to hand over a l... 07:38 Aug. 28
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Aug. 28)

    Return to work : Doctors should no longer hold patients hostage Medical doctors and trainee doctors are on a head-on collision course with the government over its plan to increase the number of me... 07:38 Aug. 28
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Aug. 28)

    Reckless legislation : Populist bills that disregard market ultimately cost those they are meant to help The ruling Democratic Party of Korea and the government revised the Housing Lease Protectio... 07:38 Aug. 28
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Aug. 26)

    One loophole after another The real estate bills railroaded through the National Assembly by the ruling Democratic Party (DP) have a plethora of loopholes. The government and the DP pressed ahead w... 07:08 Aug. 26
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Aug. 26)

    Hastened N.K. exchange : More careful preparations needed It is regretful that the Ministry of Unification was forced to reconsider its plan to allow barter transactions between a farmers' organiz... 07:08 Aug. 26
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Aug. 26)

    Epidemic politics : Ruling camp soft on labor group gathering, hard on conservative rally attendees Rev. Jun Kwang-hoon and his Sarang Jeil Church are largely responsible for the resurgence of COV... 07:08 Aug. 26
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