Month: November 2018

Hands on fence

US and North Korea: More in common than meets the eye

Though nuclear negotiations steal the show, the US and North Korea both have a troubling record of whisking people off the streets and out of […]

South Korea is ill-prepared for a refugee crisis

Asylum seekers have landed in the ROK, and along with them, the rise of a ‘two-faced’ policy that fails to hold water, writes Hugh S […]

The ghosts that haunt Japan’s North Korea policy

Japan risks undermining its interests in denuclearisation if it gets carried away with its stance on North Korean abductions, writes Lloyd Rhodes.

Massive crowd of student protesters in Bangladesh

How student protests breathed new life into Bangladeshi bureaucracy

The Bangladeshi youth’s disruption of a dysfunctional decades-old system is a milestone for good governance in the country, writes Zohra Akhter.