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The Strait of Hormuz and South Korea’s “Balanced Diplomacy”

South Korean government is trying to accommodate external and internal political constraints with its deployment of troops to the Strait of Hormuz.

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Are There Implications from the Nuclear Deal with Iran for North Korea?

Commentators on both sides of the political spectrum have used North Korea and Iran interchangeably to buttress their position on the negotiations to corral Iran’s nuclear weapons ambition.

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Iran & North Korea: Mirror Images or Unique Challenges

Is Tehran that similar to Pyongyang? Our post responds to PM Netanyahu’s claim that a nuclear armed Iran means “another 50 North Koreas”

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