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September 2009

Will the Sun Shine On the Korean Peninsula?

September 1, 2009 // People's Daily - China - Chinese

Recently, the news from the Korean Peninsula seems to be unceasing. South Korea's Hyundai Group Chairman Hyun's visit to North Korea got results; within the next few days, former President Kim Dae-jung, who was called “giant tree” in South Korea, passed away. Will the “sunshine policy” initiated by Kim Dae-jung [Read more]

The End of the Kennedy Dynasty

September 1, 2009 // Sohu - China - Chinese

The Kennedys are famous in American politics. Their dynasty started with Joseph Kennedy and was continued by his four sons: Joseph Jr., John, Robert and Edward. The oldest son, Joseph Kennedy Jr., had a promising political future but died while serving in WWII, leaving his brothers to carry the torch. John, Robert and [Read more]

The Hillary Doctrine

September 1, 2009 // Nanfang Daily - China - Chinese

In the latest release of Forbes magazine's list of the world's 100 most powerful women, the German prime minister Angela Merkel reclaimed - for the fourth time - the number one spot, while Secretary of State Hillary Clinton only managed to take 36th place. Some believe that because she did not succeed in claiming the [Read more]
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