On ‘Comfort Women’ and Academic Freedom
By Joseph Yi and Joe Phillips
The recent controversy over a Harvard professor’s article showcases how limited the space for debate and discussion on the issue has become.
Censorship Is a Bipartisan Pursuit in South Korea
By Geoffrey Fattig
The recent controversies should be viewed in light of South Korea’s long bipartisan history of censorship.
MERS Outbreak Highlights South Korea’s Information Controls
By John Power
The South Korean government has tightly controlled information on the MERS outbreak, especially affected hospitals.