Daily Archives: May 11, 2017


China Tests New Missile Near Korean Peninsula

Amid rising tensions between North Korea and a number of nations, as well as China’s displeasure with South Korea’s new U.S. missile defense system, China announced Wednesday a successful testing of a new type of missile in Bohai Gulf near the Korean Peninsula. The vague statement released on the ministry’s […]


President Moon: Will He Affect South Korean Views On North Korea?

On May 9th, Moon Jae-in is voted as the 12th President of South Korea. He gained 41.1% of the votes, significantly more than 24.0% of the votes secured by the runner-up candidate Hong Jun-pyo. A record number of 15 candidates ran for the presidency out of which two withdrew before […]


A Change In South Korean Policy Toward North Korea

New South Korean President and former human rights lawyer Moon Jae-In is the first liberal president South Korea has had in decades. The election came after the impeachment of former President Park Geun-Hye for corruption. Park currently is awaiting trial in jail for allegedly accepting around fifty-two million dollars in […]


Female Gendercide: Female Empowerment Is Needed To Offset Culturally Skewed Sex Ratios

Female gendercide refers to the systematic killing of women. According to the Gendercide Awareness Project, we lose 3.5 million women and girls to Gendercide a year. That’s 400 females per hour. Indian Economist, Amartya Sen, in 1990 stated that there were 100 million missing women worldwide. The UNFPA recently announced […]