Regions / North Korea
Gloria Steinem will be leading a group of women from South Korea to North Korea. Why are critics taking aim at this important gesture?
In films like American Sniper and The Interview, Americans are the heroes and "furriners" are the targets: an undifferentiated group of people so alien that they're practically subhuman.
Congressional hawks are putting on a show in Washington, and they've invited the Israeli prime minister to guest star. Who else might fit the bill?
How one Korean-American woman got tangled up with the South Korean security state after a life-changing visit to the North.
As one cold war thaws, another refreezes.
In the "fast-fast" political culture of South Korea, some leaders are patiently—and effectively—making strides for democracy, clean energy, and maybe even peace.
A cooperative approach to the environmental damage done by overfishing could change the tenor of North-South relations in Korea.
South Korean activists are using balloons to send political and religious propaganda across the DMZ. They're also endangering Koreans on both sides of the border.
With climate change upon us, it's time to bury the hatchet in one of the world's most volatile regions.
Forget those black-and-white satellite photos—North and South Korea are more alike than many suppose, and they're slowly growing closer.