Don Kirk

The Atlantic

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Global Editor for The Atlantic; former Seoul correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor and author of Korea Betrayed:Kim Dae Jung and Sunshine

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South Korean lawmakers have voted to impeach Park Geun-hye.

The scandalous impeachment of South Korea’s first female president

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In Seoul, South Korea today, Secretary of State John Kerry said the US will never accept North Korea as a nuclear power and would stand by our bilateral security agreement to "defend…

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Bill Clinton tried to establish relations with Kim Jong Il. George W. Bush called that “appeasement,” and made North Korea part of his “axis of evil.”

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