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Talking to reporters on his way home from South Korea, the pope touched on military intervention in Iraq, the beatification of an assassinated archbishop, and his own neuroses.
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Pope Francis could hardly have made a better pastoral impression during his five days in South Korea. Whether conducting a mass before a million people swarming central Seoul (200,000 formal invitees, the remainder filling the avenue, city hall...
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The sparse news treatment of the pope’s first visit to the Far East is indicative of the Chinese Communist Party’s continuing attempts to maintain a tight grip on Catholicism.
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The weekend is over and stocks are mostly up. Korea's Kospi index climbed 0.3%. U.S. futures are up 0.3%. Japan's Nikkei opened flat. New Zealand stocks were down 0.2%. This week all eyes will be on  the K.C. Fed's Jackson Hole economic...
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Abe is on firm ground in bringing to a close ritual apologies for Japan’s WWII aggression. But his goals will remain unachievable if he cannot chart a course for Japan that restores sovereignty and independence from the United States.


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