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South Koreans remain calm despite international concern

I have just returned from South Korea, a country that it’s easy to forget has been at war with its northern neighbour since 1953. While much has been written on North Korea and the international response, little has been written on the views of those in the eye of the storm: people living in South Korea. These were the views that I was most interested in.

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Trident: Time for Des Browne and others to follow the logic

It is time for Des Browne and others to follow the logic on Trident, writes Kate Hudson, general secretary of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND).

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North Korea: What Kim Jong-un should do

In the second of our two-part analysis on North Korea following Kim Jong-il’s death, Frank Spring argues that history suggests the time for reform time has come.

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North Korea: The challenges facing Kim Jong-un

In the first of a two-part series, Left Foot Forward’s Frank Spring looks at where next for North Korea following the death this week of Kim Jong-il.

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David Miliband: Attacking Iran would increase the risk of nuclear war

Alex Hern reports David Miliband’s remarks in the Financial Times, in which the former foreign secretary argues against an invasion of Iran.

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Scrapping Trident for the savings is a losing argument; CND need realistic opposition

Scrapping Trident because it will save money is no longer a realistic argument; CND need to refocus on multilateral disarmament to win popular support.

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