Updated: Kim Jong-un’s New Entourage (Reprint)

Andy Lim discusses Kim Jong-un’s circle of confidants.

United States District Court Case Provides Potential for Paradigm Shift in Surveillance Practices

James N. Hendershot discusses the importance of Klayman v. Obama decision regarding future National Security Agency surveillance practices.

How the Ukraine Crisis Has Affected Arguments For and Against Exporting American Natural Gas

Richard Guerra explores US natural gas export procedure in relation to Russia’s actions in Ukraine.

Event Review: Liberty in North Korea

Garrett Redfield reviews the event by Liberty in North Korea, held at the Pennsylvania State University.

China-Japan Relationship Faces New Challenges After December 26

Photo Credit: Shizuo Kambayashi/AP[1] By: Yang Liu On December 26, the Chinese president Xi Jinping attended the ceremony to commemorate the 120th anniversary of Mao Zedong’s birth. While on the same day, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe visited the Yasukuni Shrine, which honors Japan’s war dead and enshrines the spirits of 14 Class-A war criminals. Such […]

AFSPA and Kashmir: Boon or Bane?

Shriya Chadha discusses how India’s AFSPA Act has affected the region of Kashmir.

Saudi Arabia, the UN Security Council, and the Future of U.S.-Saudi Relations

Chloé Maiers discusses Saudi Arabia’s rejection of the UNSC seat and how it reflects on the relationship between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia.

Iran Changing Course on Nukes? Establishing a Legal Framework for Nuclear Negotiations with Iran’s New Leadership

Ben Haight discusses how the U.S. should use diplomacy when dealing with Iran.

More Than Just Money: United States’ Aid Package to Egypt

Ross Clark explores the military aid relationship between the United States and Egypt.

Three Questions Congress Must Ask on Syria

Photo Credit: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images[1] By: Scott Stedjan President Obama surprised many in the foreign policy world last week when he decided to seek Congressional authorization for a military strike against Syria. Some in Congress welcomed the decision, while others, such as Congressman Peter King (R-NY) argued that “President Obama is abdicating his responsibility as […]

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