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Bruce Harrison

Bruce Harrison is a freelance journalist with more than four years’ experience working in media in South Korea. He’s reported for the CBC, Voice of America, and various English-language broadcasters in Seoul. He tweets @brucesbeat. See his work at bruceharrison.net.

The Mysterious Death of Kim Jong-nam
February 17, 2017
The Mysterious Death of Kim Jong-nam
Autopsy be damned; it was a "poison" attack.
The Mysterious Death of Kim Jong-nam
Mattis Pumps up THAAD, But China Likely to Keep ‘Bullying’ Korea
February 03, 2017
Mattis Pumps up THAAD, But China Likely to Keep ‘Bullying’ Korea
The U.S. defense secretary reaffirms the THAAD decision, which faces opposition in Beijing and in South Korea itself.
Mattis Pumps up THAAD, But China Likely to Keep ‘Bullying’ Korea
South Korea's President Park: Scandal Accusations 'Colossal Lies'
January 26, 2017
South Korea's President Park: Scandal Accusations 'Colossal Lies'
In her first-ever one-on-one interview with a South Korean journalist, Park Geun-hye dismisses corruption allegations.
South Korea's President Park: Scandal Accusations 'Colossal Lies'
Ban Ki-moon: South Korea's 'White Knight'?
January 13, 2017
Ban Ki-moon: South Korea's 'White Knight'?
The public and political parties' loud support appear to be the driving force behind a potential run for the Blue House.
Ban Ki-moon: South Korea's 'White Knight'?
In South Korea Impeachment Trial, Park's Lips Are Sealed
January 06, 2017
In South Korea Impeachment Trial, Park's Lips Are Sealed
Park is unlikely to testify at the Constitutional Court proceedings that will decide her political fate.
In South Korea Impeachment Trial, Park's Lips Are Sealed
South Korea's Ruling Party Splits
December 30, 2016
South Korea's Ruling Party Splits
Does the breakaway party herald South Korea’s new conservatism or simply a cosmetic defection?
South Korea's Ruling Party Splits
Time for a Constitutional Change in South Korea?
December 24, 2016
Time for a Constitutional Change in South Korea?
In the wake of Park Geun-hye's downfall, some argue the time is right to change the role of the presidency.
Time for a Constitutional Change in South Korea?
A Tough Task for South Korea's Interim Government
December 16, 2016
A Tough Task for South Korea's Interim Government
With President Park impeached, Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn assumes the reins. He has his work cut out for him.
A Tough Task for South Korea's Interim Government
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