The TPP — which aims to update the global rules on trade in the interest of American workers — should be something that both parties can rally behind. Yet so few Democrats seem to grasp the importance of the deal.
Andy Kim's three-part series on the Koreas, examining the political left, corporate misbehavior, and the Sunshine Policy.
South Korea's Sunshine Policy was supposed to make way for increased cooperation with the North. It has largely failed.
In a country ruled by Chaebol executives, the macadamia-induced diatribe of then Korean Airlines vice-president Cho Hyun-ah falls on the benign side of corporate misbehavior.
The Constitutional Court's decision to dissolve the left-oriented Unified Progressive Party (UPP) will have a chilling effect on the Korean political left.