Will Trump Act Alone on North Korea?

2018-10-11T10:51:16+01:00

Will Trump Act Alone on North Korea? Robert Caskey August 16, 2017 As North Korea continues to push the world closer to the nuclear abyss, U.S. secretary of defense James Mattis and U.S. secretary of state Rex Tillerson recently defined the United States’

Seoul’s Final Countdown on North Korea

2018-10-11T10:54:08+01:00

Seoul’s Final Countdown on North Korea Eliza King August 26, 2017 Faced with the escalating threat of imminent attack from an increasingly unstable and war-obsessed North Korea, Japan last week asked Washington for help in deploying the U.S. Aegis Ashore land-based missile

South Korea’s War Crimes Still Haunt Vietnam

2018-10-11T10:58:37+01:00

South Korea's War Crimes Still Haunt Vietnam William Duong September 1, 2017 The fact that South Korean exports to Vietnam increased by nearly 50% over the first seven months of this year, superficially suggests a further thawing of the two countries' historically

The invisible struggle of the refugees [Translated]

2018-10-11T11:12:18+01:00

The invisible struggle of the refugees [Translated] Helena Escudero September 11, 2017 One of the main issues on the international agenda is the refugee crisis . In recent years, the European Union experienced the largest displacement of people since the Second World War after more than

Vietnam’s Skewed Sense of Social Justice

2018-10-11T11:18:01+01:00

Vietnam’s Skewed Sense of Social Justice Kenneth Szado September 12, 2017 In what is slated to become Vietnam’s largest graft case in history, nearly 50 elite bankers are on trial in Hanoi for alleged graft and mismanagement in a joint stock bank

South Korea: The Weakest Link Against Pyongyang – OpEd

2018-10-11T11:28:10+01:00

South Korea: The Weakest Link Against Pyongyang – OpEd Hariette Darling September 26, 2017 North Korea is on the warpath and its neighbor, South Korea, isn’t taking any chances. In a policy U-turn, South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in bolstered the THAAD anti-missile

South Korea: Moon’s Trilateral Quagmire

2018-10-11T11:29:31+01:00

South Korea: Moon’s Trilateral Quagmire Rachael Willis October 2, 2017 Expect a chilly reception this week when South Korean president Moon Jae-in will finally be undertaking his first trip to the United States to meet with Donald Trump in Washington.

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