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Museums Are Not Pillars of Democracy

Lately it seems almost impossible to talk about the importance of museums, without mentioning democracy in the same sentence. In Sweden they were recently called ‘a hub in our democracy’ by the annual Spring meeting for museums. 587 more words

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Political intrigue part of relationship between Kim Jong-un and siblings

(CNN) — A look at North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s siblings shows that his sister may be on the political rise, while one of his brothers was supposedly spotted at an Eric Clapton concert in London recently, and another one is said to be a heavy gambler. 418 more words

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North Korea- Threat Profile

Although the alliance has changed substantially since its Cold War origins, it is still grounded in protecting the ROK from DPRK attacks or invasion. While most U.S. 1,093 more words

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Residents Conduct Exercises Next to Hostile Neighbour's Yard

Harry Smith and Yuki Nakamura – two neighbours in the small town of Sembawang, Singapore – have decided to conduct exercises right by their neighbour Riley Park’s yard, whom they say is a hostile neighbour. 187 more words

An Ongoing Issue - Any Hope, Any Conclusions?

North Korea is a hard case to tackle. Any and all resolutions we have adopted, North Korea has managed to evade, violate, and overall ignore the consequential details of how he treats the people of his state. 324 more words

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Bad Photoshop, a Human Barbie, and other things that were fake online this week

Warning: This post contains language that some readers may find offensive. Discretion is advised

Working in the online world can be a bit of a minefield — the web is full of fakes, frauds and hoaxes. 1,010 more words

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