[Editorial] Don't Bludgeon the "Nice Regulations" as Well!
Economic ministries appear to have engaged in a competition of deregulation. This happened after the president presided over a meeting to review regulatory reforms on March 20. The Ministry of Trade, ..
[Editorial]A Chorus for Deregulation: Beware of the Side Effects
Yesterday, President Park Geun-hye presided over a meeting to review regulatory reforms. It was an unprecedented event: a meeting presided by the president in t..
[Editorial] Apply The National Security Act to the Case of Forged Evidence in Espionage Trial
The National Security Act is an unjust law which should rightfully be abolished. However, if its existence is our reality, the least we can do is make sure it is applied fairly. Applying a horrifying ..
[Editorial] Why Did the Government Push ahead with the Korea-Canada FTA while Hiding the Losses?
The government pressed on with the South Korea-Canada free trade agreement (FTA) despite forecasts that it could increase Korea's trade deficit, and they hid these facts when signing the FTA a few day..
[Editorial] Kim Jin-tae's Prosecutors Investigating the Case of Forged Evidence, It Just Isn't Reliable
It's like we're watching the performance of a well written script. In the middle of the night on a weekend, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) releases an ..
[Editorial] President Park Should Dismiss Nam Jae-joon if She Wants to Uncover the Truth
For the first time, President Park Geun-hye expressed her position concerning the forged evidence in the espionage case of the Seoul metropolitan government official. The president said, "I deeply reg..
[Editorial] The Government, the National Assembly, and the Medical Profession Should Engage in Dialogue Right Now
The Korean Medical Association’s notice of a general strike has become a reality. The association, which had been in conflict with the government opposing the ..
[Editorial] Is the Police Commissioner Threatening a Constitutional Institution?
Police Commissioner Lee Sung-han announced that he will review measures to bring in even lawmakers if they take part in illegal demonstrations. At a press briefing on Monday, Lee said, "When an illega..
[Editorial]Government Should Take Measures against Fine Dust at the State Level
A high concentration of fine dust (PM10) has engulfed Seoul and the nation for a week. In most areas, the PM10 levels have remained at "bad (121-200㎛/㎥)" and "slightly bad (80-120㎛/㎥)," while in s..
[Ediitorial]Social Studies Textbooks, Describing Immigrants as “the Other”
The lives of Koreans belong to a group called “us.” From “our house,” “our school,” to “our company,” and “our country,” it is difficult to imagine a ..
[Editorial] Real Estate Policy to Stimulate the Economy, Bound to Raise Home Prices
For policy makers, easing regulations seem to be the Bible. Under pressure from a president who has bet everything on stimulating the economy, the authorities, ..
[Editorial] The Saenuri Party Cannot Cover the "Fabricated Spy Case" with Rough Words and Sheer Stubbornness
The Saenuri Party's response to the allegations of forged evidence in the espionage case of a Seoul official is disappointing. It appears they have thrown away ..
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