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The Korea-Uzbekistan Connection

By Martin W. Lewis | June 7, 2010 | 2 Comments

Both North and South Korea are among the most ethnically homogenous and strongly nationalist countries in the world, but that does not mean that they are nation-states, in the strict definition of the term. In an ideal nation-state, the state and the nation cover the same territory, but the land of the Korean nation is

The Kyrgyz Revolution, Illustrated in Google Earth

By Samuel Raphael Franco | April 9, 2010 |

Yesterday, protestors stormed the offices of the iron-fisted Kurmanbek Bakiyev regime across all of Kyrgyzstan.Ministers were taken hostage, government buildings- torched, police cars- turned over, and the Kyrgyz flag- replaced with the blue flag of the opposition.The opposition has claimed that a provisional government, under the rule of former minister Rosa Otunbayeva, with a constitution

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