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  • What To Expect From North Korea At The Next Trump-Kim SummitWed Feb 20, 2019 | npr.org
    Analysts weigh the possible offers North Korea's leader could make later this month in Vietnam.
  • The Risk of Nuclear War with North KoreaTue Sep 12, 2017 | newyorker.com
    The United States has no diplomatic relations with North Korea, so there is no embassy in Washington, but for years the two countries have relied on the “New York channel,”...
  • What the hell is going on with North Korea, explainedMon Apr 17, 2017 | vox.com
    It’s been a scary few days on the Korean Peninsula. In just the past two days, North Korea’s reclusive government has held a massive military parade, flubbed a missile...
  • You may think the world is falling apart. Steven Pinker is here to tell you it isn't.Sat Sep 10, 2016 | vox.com
    If the last few months felt like the summer of sadness, you are not alone. Every week, sometimes every day, seems to have brought more stomach-turning news. In June,...
  • Afghan interpreter: 'Taliban don't wait to kill you'Wed Apr 06, 2016 | aljazeera.com
    I've witnessed the Taliban killing people. Over time, something grew inside me - hate. I hate them. I'm not sorry that I worked with the American forces. But I'm sorry...
  • North Korea’s Next Missile Test Could KillTue Mar 22, 2016 | thedailybeast.com
    Firing back with ‘unprecedented’ provocations against joint South Korean and American annual military exercises, Kim Jung Un could make a dangerously wrong move.
  • The Bidding WarThu Mar 03, 2016 | newyorker.com
    America’s war in Afghanistan, which is now in its fifteenth year, presents a mystery: how could so much money, power, and good will have achieved so little? Congress has...
  • Sri Lanka, UN duel over wartime investigationsMon Jun 07, 2010 | csmonitor.com
    A UN panel is set to monitor how Sri Lanka responds to allegations of violating human rights during the end of its civil war with the Tamil Tigers. But Sri Lanka has...
  • Sri Lanka turns to show business to rebuild imageMon Jun 07, 2010 | blogs.ft.com
    Sri Lanka showed the warmth its people are known for when one of the biggest Bollywood extravaganzas, the International Indian Film Academy awards, came to town at the...
  • Sri Lanka's Civil War Legacy One Year LaterTue May 18, 2010 | huffingtonpost.com
    Civil wars are particularly nasty affairs pitting neighbor again neighbor. Let bygones be bygones would certainly be a better approach. But when ethnic groups, like a a...