Society

An unprecedented level of anti-Semitism in South Korea?

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Similar headlines described reactions to the May issue of the Japanese magazine The Diplomat which contained an article with what…

Baloney on the pitch

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In one of our previous articles about North Korea, we mentioned the so-called “Stonefish Rule” which dictates that any crazy…

Pakistan: Challenges in 2014

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Military operation in the North Waziristan Agency, June 2014 On June 15, 2014, the Pakistan air force carried out a…

Pies for overtime

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A new sensation has been making headlines the world over: “North Korea has banned the South Korean Choco Pie”. Many…

EU Association Agreements – What’s Wrong With Getting Nothing?

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On June 27th three former Soviet republics, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, initialled their long-awaited Association Agreements with the European Union.…

Georgia Without Personalities – Two Steps Too Far

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The former President of Turkmenistan, Sapurmurat Niyazov or “Turkmenbashi”, installed large photographs of himself in public squares all over the…

The Inquiry Into The “Abducted Japanese”

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Having given a historical essay on the development of the problem in previous material, we now proceed to the current…

Rising Hatred for Israeli Crimes: Why John Kerry Spoke of an “Apartheid State”

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A recently leaked audio recording of US secretary of state John Kerry reveals him saying that “Israel could become an…

On Iraq Crisis: The Plan to Re-make the Middle East

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On June 15, 2014, former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, denied the accusation that the attack on Iraq in 2003…

Georgia: The Switzerland of the Caucasus?

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Times may change but some things never do. Whenever a government of a small country has been in power too…

Ahmad Chalabi: The Return Of The “Bad Penny”

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An English expression refers to a "bad penny" as someone who keeps turning up and causing trouble no matter how…

Barack and Shinzo Go To War

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On July 1st, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe made a decision to allow the use of its armed forces outside…

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