The Obama administration should not reward North Korea's brutal Kim dynasty for its bad behavior. But as in Cuba, openness is more likely to erode the foundations of the North Korean regime than isolation.
Warren Buffett wasn't the only bigwig in 2014 to get caught "swimming naked when the tide rolls out." The Sage of Omaha shared the year's losers' spotlight with a number of companies, politicians and corporate emperors.
Sony's corporate headquarters seemed to view the hacking drama related to its film "The Interview," which lampoons North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, as mostly an American problem. The attack exposed a disturbing lack of cyber-preparedness on Sony's part.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says he wants to put more women to work to help make up for the country's shrinking population. Yet, of the 1,093 people who ran for office in recent snap elections, a mere 169 were women. Abe might want to ...