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South Korea's Anti-Terror Law Part of a Worrisome Trend
March 09, 2016
South Korea's Anti-Terror Law Part of a Worrisome Trend
With the passage of a controversial anti-terror law, Korean democracy takes another step backward.
South Korea's Anti-Terror Law Part of a Worrisome Trend
Eyeing Potential Threat From North Korea, Seoul Revisits Anti-Terror Bill
February 24, 2016
Eyeing Potential Threat From North Korea, Seoul Revisits Anti-Terror Bill
South Korea's ruling party, citing terror threats from Pyongyang, urges passage of a long-stalled anti-terror bill.
Eyeing Potential Threat From North Korea, Seoul Revisits Anti-Terror Bill
Is South Korea's Intelligence Agency Spying on Its Own Citizens?
August 01, 2015
Is South Korea's Intelligence Agency Spying on Its Own Citizens?
Leaked documents suggest Korea's NIS was trying to spy on its own citizens via the Kakao Talk app.
Is South Korea's Intelligence Agency Spying on Its Own Citizens?
What Happened to North Korea's Defense Minister?
May 15, 2015
What Happened to North Korea's Defense Minister?
South Korea's NIS allegedly told lawmakers Hyon Yong-chol was executed via anti-aircraft gun.
What Happened to North Korea's Defense Minister?
South Korea's New Spy Chief Under Fire
March 19, 2015
South Korea's New Spy Chief Under Fire
The nominee to lead NIS is questioned for his patriotism and his perceptions of history.
South Korea's New Spy Chief Under Fire
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