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Opinion

Marquise Brack and Nicole Loschke, editor

Diplomacy only encourages North Korea’s belligerence

Thanks to a new diplomatic deal, the nuclear stand-off with North Korea will allegedly end bloodlessly. In exchange for $400 million worth of aid and diplomatic concessions from the West, North Korea has promised to start disabling its nuclear facilities. This new arrangement is being celebrated as a levelheaded, practical, and win-win solution to the problem of the North Korean nuclear threat. [More]


Map of Korea

Web photo

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Smoking law promotes healthy lifestyle

Since the anti-smoking law went into effect on Nov. 16, it has received mixed responses from the public over its effectiveness. [More]

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A look at environmental justice in Hawai‘i

Before Western contact, native Hawaiians subsisted in the ahupua‘a, a valley bounded between two ridges. From the mountain top to the ocean floor, the ahupua‘a contained all the resources required for survival. [More]


A view of the Ko‘olau mountain range on the windward side of O‘ahu.

Photo by Jesse Szymanski

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U.S. citizens subsidize climate change, destroy environment

Americans, accustomed to being in the center of diplomacy on the Middle East, might not notice a news item out of Jakarta, following a Jan. 31 meeting between Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and visiting Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf. They should, said Richard Baker, special assistant to the president of the East-West Center and a former U.S. diplomat who served in Jakarta. [More]

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