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What is the ethical problem in US-Asia countries?

Posted on May 2, 2013 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Time to Find an Alternative to Economic Sanctions?

The one of the greatest ethical challenges facing U.S.-Asia relations focuses on the continued struggle to strike a balance between regional peace and security, individual human rights, and state sovereignty. All are important, but difficult to reconcile the inherent tensions among them. This struggle is highlighted in the history of the Asia, and through the current relationship between the United States and the Democratic People’s…

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Posted on April 12, 2013 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

I am Sunyung Hong from South-Korea and I graduated Yonsei university , the best private university in my country. Even if  South Korea is so small country, has until lots of historical problems and the only left divided country in the world tragically, I am proud of my country and feel lamentable seriously whenever I think our history. On basis of  these reasons, I've tried facing lots of challenges and still I am go on.

 

I studied law and politics in South Korea and…

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At 12:05am on April 11, 2013, sunyung Hong said…

"Nowadays, I am in Turkey because I wanna study on peaceful relationship of Middle East countries and learn Turkishs and Arabic languages and culture."

At 12:02am on April 11, 2013, sunyung Hong said…

Hello.

I've studied Politics & Law at the best private university in south korea.

I like debate on international issues and make a change on them. 

can you join me or can I join you? :) 

God bless you!

 
 
 

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