On the editorial page of today’s Korea Times, a significant misprint of my writing occurred.
The editorial, “Implication of US Budget Deficit for Korean Security,” reads: “Although America should be globocop, America’s finances force the obvious question of whether it can.” It should have read: “Even if one believes America should be globocop, America’s finances force the obvious question of whether it can.” Due to this and other editorial issues, I have asked the editors to remove the electronic version and to print an erratum retraction tomorrow.
Readers interested in the original argument can refer to the original blog-post on which the op-ed was based – here.
Sorry for the misunderstanding. Thank you for visiting my website.
2 pm UPDATE: The editorial has since been republished in its correct form.
Wow. That’s quite the change in meaning!
Coming from the Korea Times…it doesn’t surprise me.
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