North Korea: Gaddafi Should Have Had More Spunk

March 27th, 2011

By Dan Miller According to a New York Times article, an “anonymous North Korean official” from the Foreign Ministry of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) claimed that the DPRK’s nuclear activities are justified in light of the actions of the United States and others against Libya’s Colonel Gaddafi. North Korea’s official news agency […]

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The Korean Situation is Highly Complex and Difficult

November 29th, 2010

By Dan Miller In 1910 Korea, long under Japanese military occupation, was formally annexed by Japan. North and South Korea have been divided more or less along the 38th parallel since 1948. This flowed from the 1945 surrender of Japan and the decision that the United States would have trusteeship of Korea to the south […]

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Could It Really Work?

March 12th, 2010

By Brianna Aubin Elections were held in Iraq last week, with approximately 63% of the country turning out to vote despite terrorist attacks that killed several dozen.  The counting has been slow, but there has been no serious reason to suspect fraud (usually if you’re going to cheat, you at least try to do it […]

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