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Asia Society Korea resumed its 2017 Monthly Luncheon Lecture Series on Tuesday with a panel discussion.
South Korean organizations believe they will be able to devise better strategies for information dissemination in the North Korean context.
If the whales, China and the United States, are in conflict, Koreans believe they will suffer the most.
By Daniel A. Pinkston, Ph.D., Troy University
Asia Society Korea hosted its April Monthly Luncheon on Tuesday at the Lotte Hotel Seoul.
Although it is unknown whether North Korea will even participate in the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Games, one cannot help but feel that the incredible support of the South Korean people at Gangneung Hockey Center will influence the decision.
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Daniel Pinkston is a professor at Troy University and Asia Society Korea Center's contributing writer.
The motives behind the murder of Kim Jong-nam are being discussed all around the world but, within the North Korean refugee community, the assassination has provoked an entirely different reaction.
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As the mysterious killing of a North Korean continues to dominate the news cycle, another piece of North Korea news has come out that may be even more significant.
H.E. Joon Oh, former Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations, was the guest speaker at the Korea Center's first monthly luncheon lecture of 2017.

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