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The transition to power might not be going as smoothly as they say.
Q & A with Christine Ahn, executive director of the Korea Policy Institute.
News of the Dear Leader's death came two days after the fact. Why did it take so long?
3,000 Han students reportedly organized an attack on Tibetan students in Chengdu.
South Korea wants to light some trees on the border. Scary.
Of the 12 self-immolations this year in protest of China, this is the first in the Tibetan Autonomous Region. Is the phenomenon spreading?
Plans for luxury residences in Seoul look uncannily like falling Twin Towers.
Government admits public funds earmarked for reconstruction are being funneled to the annual whale hunt.
The Microsoft founder will be putting in about a billion dollars to the project over the next 5 years.
State Department and Microsoft reps meet with China internet censorship officials behind closed doors.
That's right. It was a success.
At President Hu's urging, it's all in the name of world peace.
Behold the Wing Blade, a sign that China has made great strides in developing stealth drones.
They don't look scary, but they are there to keep the prisoners in check.
We are grateful for not having to eat some things twice.
GlobalPost correspondents and staff recall the trials and tribulations of Turkey Day abroad.
Q & A Part two: Robert Barnett, Columbia Univ. Modern Tibetan Studies director.
Q & A with Robert Barnett, director of the Modern Tibetan Studies at Columbia Univ.
After months of floods, Thais do what they have to do.
To extend congratulations and say he hopes all is well.