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From Sanctions to a Prosperous Korean Economy

To date, there are eight UN Security Council resolutions imposing sanctions on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), the latest passed unanimously in September of 2017. The United States also imposed its own sanctions later in the month through its...

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Origins of the United States Veterans’ Day

On November 11th every year, the United States honors the men and women who are serving and have served in its armed forces on Veterans Day. The day was originally Armistice Day, created at the end of World War I by President Woodrow Wilson, to commemorate the end of...

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Strength in Unity: A Timeline of Songs for One Korea

It was mid-August 2017 and the situation on the Korean peninsula seemed to fluctuate from bad to worse. Tensions had spiked after North Korea announced that it was developing plans to send missiles to Guam in response to heated public statements from the United States...

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Faith Communities in Renewing the Social Fabric

Introduction A recent report for the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Senate, The Social Capital Project, documents and details an unraveling of the American “social fabric” and the resulting loss of “social capital” or basic trust among neighbors, communities,...

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International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

October 17 marks the United Nation's International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. The world demands moral and innovative leaders with a capacity for economic principles that benefit the greater society. In his 2017 keynote address at the Global Peace Economic...

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The Secrets of Humility: Why it makes leaders better

“It is unwise to be too sure of one's own wisdom.” —Mahatma Gandhi New research in the workplace is revealing the key role humility plays in developing leaders with the skills, knowledge and grit to tackle today’s challenges with innovative solutions. As it turns out,...

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Quotes to Inspire You on International Day of Peace

Our troubled world is in dire need of moral and innovative leaders who set the example of selfless service beyond identity-based divisions in pursuit of lasting peace. On September 21st, the UN International Day of Peace is observed around the world, devoted to...

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