A South Korean law that threatens human rights activists with fines of nearly $27,000 or up to three years in prison has prompted international concern about the status of free speech in South Korea and the future of human rights advocacy.
Arielle Del TurcoMay 4, 2021
Christians recognize the power of speech; after all, God brought the world into being with a Word. What we say has the ability to shape reality. Sometimes harsh language says it best.
Robert NicholsonApril 27, 2018
The US and South Korea should have contingencies ready in case negotiations with North Korea don’t go as planned.
Olivia EnosApril 26, 2018
The South Koreans, including recently elected President Moon Jae-in, have never forgotten General Almond’s decision to rescue refugees from the Communists during the Hungnam evacuation.
Christopher L. KolakowskiJuly 11, 2017
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