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Feminism as a Platform for Communication

Feminism as a Platform for Communication

Feminism has come to mean many things over the years. Sometimes it is used as an excuse to be angry. Other times, it is used to further the divide between the liberals and the conservatives. And while everyone has their own claim to the word, the original intent of Feminism is found in equality. It […]

Magazine N, March 2017

Magazine N, March 2017

Flavor Master Certificate (FMC): Professor David Kamen Interview

Flavor Master Certificate (FMC): Professor David Kamen Interview

1. In Korea, there are more people are interested in different flavors in their coffees rather than just as a habit. How do you think about the changes in consumer behavior? We are noticing all around the world that bigger bolder flavors and flavor combinations are becoming more popular.  Here in the US, consumers are […]

China, US forge interconnected ties 45 years after signing of Shanghai Communiqué

China, US forge interconnected ties 45 years after signing of Shanghai Communiqué

By Zhang Mengxu from People’s Daily China and the US have forged a closer relationship with interwoven destinies 45 years after they signed the Shanghai Communiqué on February 28, 1972, a document ended 23 years of diplomatic estrangement between the two countries. Forty-five years ago, then US President Richard Nixon started an “ice-breaking trip” to […]

China advocates ‘BRICS+’ model of open cooperation

China advocates ‘BRICS+’ model of open cooperation

By Zhao Cheng (赵成)from People’s Daily BRICS members should launch more outreach dialogue to benefit more parties with their cooperation, foster a “BRICS+” model of open cooperation, and set up a more broad-based South-South cooperation platform for the common development of emerging market economies and developing countries, State Councilor Yang Jiechi said recently as he […]

Globalisation, Nationalism and the Future

Globalisation, Nationalism and the Future

The Trump era is raising many questions worldwide. It is also becoming increasingly evident that people are looking more within that without their own nation—claiming the need to return to a so-called “nationalism”. Based on this trend, a “clash of civilizations” seems imminent. Few continue to be interested in the notions of a global citizen […]

The Political Egyptian-Korean Swing of the Presidential Case

The Political Egyptian-Korean Swing of the Presidential Case

Sometimes, it feels like political news comes as an immediate response to the political situation of another country. One clear example is the same corruption found in many Egyptian governmental establishments that actually got the Korean President, Park Geun-hye, impeached by the Korean parliament. Despite the chaos it is causing in Korea, many citizens of […]

Chinese senior official pledges closer cooperation with U.S. on global affairs

Chinese senior official pledges closer cooperation with U.S. on global affairs

Hu Zexi from People’s Daily China is willing to enhance exchanges with the U.S. at all levels from top down, expand coordination and cooperation on bilateral, regional and global affairs, and respect each others’ core interests and major concerns, Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi pledged when meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump at White House. […]

Central Asia and Turkey: Playwriting the National Interests

Central Asia and Turkey: Playwriting the National Interests

On 17-18 November 2016 Turkish President Recep Erdogan visited Uzbekistan. This visit took place soon after the death of the first President of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov, on September 2nd, 2016. For a long time, Uzbek-Turkish relations have been a stumbling block in the advancement of Turkey’s overall policy towards a certain Central Asian region. This […]

Finland’s Education System

Finland’s Education System

According to the “Business Insider, ” last year’s school education systems ranking stated Finland is the number one country with the best education system. Finland routinely tops rankings of global education systems and is famous for having no banding systems so all pupils, regardless of ability, are taught in the same classes. In conclusion, since […]

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