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WorldNovember 2018International NewsAsia

North-South Korean Peace Talks

In a crucial and historical time, the stage is set for the two leaders from North Korea and South Korea to meet at a summit that could bring permanent peace and security to the Korean Peninsula after decades of serious tensions. Furthermore, a joint statement regarding the “denuclearization” issue is also on the negotiation table,

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November 2018U.S.Americas

American Mid Term Elections

On November 2, four days before the United States midterm election, polls predicted that the Democratic Party is likely to gain control of the House of Representatives while the Republican Party will keep its majority in the Senate. The trends indicate a balance of power on Capitol Hill for the next two years, and the possibility of legislative deadlocks.

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Campus SpotlightFeatured SectionsFeaturedOctober 2018School of Diplomacy NewsConflict and Security

School of Diplomacy co-hosts International Peace Institutes’ Distinguished Author Series

On October 18, 2018, the School of Diplomacy and International Relations co-hosted the International Peace Institute’s (IPI) Distinguished Author Series. The event’s guest speaker was David E. Sanger, national security correspondent for the New York Times and author of “The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage, and Fear of the Cyber Age.”

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