Monthly Archives: October 2012

Oct 31 2012

The South Korean Presidential Election 2012 and the possible renewal of Inter-Korean Relations

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By Lyong Choi, PhD candidate LSE Department of International History.   The South Korean presidential election campaign has certainly heated up since Dr. Ahn Cheol-soo, a medical doctor and professor (but, better known as an innovative computer anti-virus software developer in Korea) … Continue reading

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Oct 23 2012

Europe in Crisis Seminar

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By Ben Ryan, MSc European Studies: Ideas and Identities, LSE European Institute.   It is perhaps the nature of a crisis that any attempt to see the future is clouded by a degree of, if not  despair, then at least … Continue reading

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Oct 18 2012

African Union: A New Frontier for Challenging Drug Prohibition?

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By Dr. Joanne Csete, Senior Program Officer, Open Society Foundations’ Global Drug Policy Programme.   Africa is frequently highlighted in international media as the new frontier in the war on drugs – the region of the world that has most … Continue reading

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