In Hee Kang


About In Hee Kang

Currently a sophomore at Wellesley College majoring in political science, with a special interest in East Asia and nuclear politics.

Limitations Of The Hukou System On China’s Socio-Economic Development

In defining modern China, rapid economic growth has become an intrinsic component in crafting national identity and has become a top state priority. However, with increasing development, China faces some critical social challenges as urbanization has led to mass migration, a rising middle class, high unemployment rates, and enormous urban […]


The Dark Side To South Korea’s Olympic Diplomacy With North Korea

One of the main highlights of the 2018 Pyeong Chang Winter Olympics that caught the world’s attention was the joint entry of both South and North Korean athletes during the opening ceremony. They all wore uniforms with simply “Korea” written on them and marched under a single flag depicting a […]


North Korea’s ICBM Tests: The Dangers Of Isolation

Earlier this week, North Korea fired a ballistic missile, once again, which reportedly is the “most powerful ICBM (intercontinental ballistic missile), which meets the goal of the completion of the rocket weaponry system development set by the DPRK,” according to Yonhap news. The missile, fired from a city called Pyongsong […]


Protests In Pakistan

On Saturday, violent clashes between protestors and security forces were reported in Islamabad, Pakistan’s capital. Sources say the clashes resulted in at least six dead and 200 injured. An estimate of 8,500 elite and paramilitary forces participated in the now suspended operation, where tear gas and rubber bullets were reportedly […]


Cameroon Shuts Down Internet For Separatists

On October 1st, the anniversary of Anglophone Cameroon’s independence from Britain, there was a state-initiated internet blackout following the open fire attacks involving separatists in the country. A report from Amnesty International documented at least 17 deaths from the clashes. According to U.N. Human Rights spokesman Rupert Colville, credible sources report […]