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Joseph Yi is assistant professor of political science at Hanyang University.

Understanding Shinzo Abe and Japanese Nationalism

Understanding Shinzo Abe and Japanese Nationalism

I offer a contrarian view that Shinzo Abe is potentially stimulating a healthy, democratic debate about national history and identity. …

Don Sterling and the New McCarthyism

A liberal society respects the right of every law-abiding citizen—including Don Sterling--to a zone of privacy that nobody can violate.…

After the Boston Bombings: Our Freedoms and Duties

Global migrants can do our part to encourage nations to open their doors and to exemplify the words on the Statute of Liberty…

Global Concerns and Hopes for Korea-Japan Relations

South Korea-Japan relations have experienced growing tensions over the disputed islet of Dokdo/Takeshima, Japanese historical textbooks, and especially apology and compensation to former Korean “comfort women,”…

The World Supports Obama: Global views on the US Elections

Barack Obama swept groups representing the “Global South” or “Majority World” regions of Latin America, Africa and Asia. …

Forgiveness is Divine: Reconciling with Japan

Memories of victimhood need not lead to a perpetual cycle of bitterness and rage.…