The ability to organize mass protest in a non-violent manner can be accredited to South Korea’s history and experiences in its fight for democracy.
Uzbekistan’s veteran dictator and first President, Islam Karimov, left his country as he ruled it: plagued by inconsistencies in news reports, government cover-ups, and incorrigible deceit. While Karimov reportedly died on September 2nd at the age of 78 due to a brain hemorrhage, he likely passed away well before his government’s official announcement. The full […]
The signatories of the Trans-Pacific Partnership have diverse interests that are bound together in the trade deal. But much rests on the United States.
Should China continue to support the Hermit Kingdom despite its destabilizing and aggressive actions, China will hinder its strategic goals in East Asia and beyond.
Despite their prosperity, why have countries like South Korea and Japan accepted very few refugees?
On September 29, 2016, Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte compared himself to Adolf Hitler when discussing his administration’s crackdown on drug dealers and drug abusers. During a speech he said, “Hitler massacred 3 million Jews … there’s 3 million drug addicts. There are. I’d be happy to slaughter them.” His remarks were immediately condemned by many […]
Myanmar’s history of distrust makes forging peace a tall task.