The closing of the Kaesong Industrial Complex marks what could be a hardline shift in South Korea’s policy toward its northern neighbor.
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Aung San Suu Kyi and the NLD must pursue reform cautiously in order to avoid a military backlash.
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National security can barely conceal the revisionist interests working to renationalize South Korea’s secondary school history textbooks.
Continue reading Seoul’s Authority: On Writing Korean History
Rhodes Must Fall Oxford is about more than just removing a statue; it’s about addressing institutionalized racism.
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The inward turn of several EU members in reaction to the refugee crisis has revealed the limits of solidarity within the union.
Continue reading The Collapse of the European Dream: Increasing Border Control Reveals Fragility of EU
India has the chance to enact real reforms under Prime Minister Modi, but the BJP will first need to address its falling domestic popularity.
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Sanders’ foreign policy is principled, pragmatic, and committed to promoting human, rather than corporate, welfare.
Continue reading “A Measured Way” – The Foreign Policy of Bernie Sanders
To say Hillary Clinton did not have any achievements as Secretary of State is to willfully misunderstand the craft of diplomacy.
Continue reading Hillary: The Iron Fist in the Velvet Glove
Unless the opposition and Chavistas find ways to dialogue, political polarization will make the economic crisis permanent.
Continue reading How Political Polarization Is Driving Venezuela’s Economic Crisis