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· September, 2011

Stories about South Korea from September, 2011

Book Review: ‘Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives In North Korea’

Colombia: President Santos’ Tour of Asia

Last week, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos toured Japan and South Korea for seven days with the goal of strengthening commercial ties. In Japan, he signed an agreement to protect...

South Korea: The Diplomats Who Can't Speak English

It was revealed on September 13, 2011, that four out of ten South Korean diplomats find it nearly impossible to use proper diplomatic language in English, prompting the public to...

South Korea: More Blocking of Pro-North Korean Internet Content

North Korea’s First Cruise Ship Draw Harsh Reviews

Korea: WikiLeaks Reveals More on South Korean Policy, Rather than North Korean Realities

South Korea: Google Raided Over Alleged Antitrust Violations

Google's South Korea offices have been raided by Korean regulators for a third time on September 6, 2011, over alleged antitrust violations. The raid has reignited numerous debates online about...

North Korea's GPS Jamming Device

North Korea, Country in a Long Coma

South Korea: Police Detained Dozens of Activists and Villagers in Jeju Island

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