Interview: Middle East Expert Dr. John L. Esposito

Executive Editor Garrett Redfield interviewed Middle East expert Dr. John L. Esposito to get his insights on the Middle East.

Escalating Interventions in Syria and the Prospects of Unity

Jacob Pester provides analysis regarding the complexities of the Syrian conflict and prescribes a set of recommendations.

U.S. Conducts Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Test

Photo Courtesy: U.S. Air Force[1] By: Garrett Redfield Today at 9:27am EST, the United States Air Force tested an “unarmed” intercontinental ballistic missile called the Minuteman III. According to Air Force Global Strike Command officials, the purpose of the test was “to validate and verify the effectiveness, readiness and accuracy of the weapon system.” Interestingly, […]

South Korean President Park Geun Hye Visits U.S.

Photo Courtesy: Cheong Wa Dae[1] By: Garrett Redfield This past week, President Park Geun Hye of South Korea paid a visit to the United States of America. In talks with President Obama, she expressed how the US-ROK alliance was necessary for “peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula” and concurred with the resolution of establishing […]

Food for Thought: The North Korea Situation

In the op-ed by Jan Burnett, Jan delves into the various perspectives of states who have a vested interest in North Korea.

North Korea and Hezbollah: A Nexus Worth Fearing?

Natalie Schreffler investigates the relationship between North Korea and Hezbollah.

North Korea Withdraws Workers From the Gaeseong Industrial Complex

Photo Credit: 38 North[1]  By: Garrett Redfield In a sad turn of events, not only has North Korea continued to increase its rhetoric, but it finally acted on it. Today, North Korea has decided to pull its 54,000 workers from the Gaeseong Industrial Complex, the main symbolic site of joint North-South economic cooperation. Although South Korean […]

Interview: North Korean Expert Evans J.R. Revere

Executive Editor Garrett Redfield interviewed North Korean expert Mr. Evans J.R. Revere regarding his insights on North Korea.

We Lend You Peace!

In the op-ed by Jin Ju Kim, she discusses the impact mercenaries have had, especially in Sierra Leone.

North Korea Blocks Workers From South at the Border

Photo Credit: Jung Yeon-Je/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images[1]  By: Garrett Redfield The New York Times Reports: “North Korea blocked South Koreans on Wednesday from crossing the heavily armed border to a jointly operated [Gaeseong Industrail Complex], raising doubt about the future of the last remaining major symbol of inter-Korean cooperation.  The move came four days after North […]

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