A long overdue passage of the arrest warrant
The National Assembly has finally passed the motion endorsing the prosecution’s request for an arrest warrant for Democratic Party (DP) leader Lee Jae-myung facing multiple charges against him.
What makes the chief justice nominee naïve?
Lee must try to find a way to regain the confidence of the people, as normalization of the court relies on recovery in public trust.
Still stuck in a fictitious world of statistics
Korea Real Estate Board testified that it had been threatened to temper with housing data by the Land Ministry in the Moon Jae-in administration.
A spaceport rendezvous rattles Northeast Asia
Security in Northeast Asia has become more serious since the Kim-Putin summit.
At long last
The National Assembly has finally passed a motion to approve the prosecution’s request for an arrest warrant for Democratic Party leader Lee Jae-myung.
‘Korea discount’ fueled by inheritance tax
One of the biggest challenges for financial authorities is resolving the “Korea discount.”
DP leader reverses his position again
Lee’s judicial risks and his politics of confrontation will leave indelible scars on the history of our democracy.
Bracing for a thaw in U.S.-Iran ties
Although ties cannot fully normalize in the near term, our Foreign Ministry must use the funding momentum to improve its relationship with Iran.
Trapped in the rigidity of numbers
The government must not save spending and instead must stimulate growth for more tax revenue.
Put the Camp David agreement into action
First of all, the government must go beyond the spirit and principles of Camp David and draw concrete concessions from Uncle Sam to bolster its self-defense capabilities.