New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jun 15, 2011
In the age of globalization, there’s a caveat that often rings true: You know your culture is a big hit when somebody else is trying to sell it back to you.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jun 14, 2011
The murders of journalists Jyotirmoy Kumar Dey, Saleem Shahzad and Chauncey Bailey highlight the dangers of reporting stories on home turf.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jun 13, 2011
As uprisings in the Middle East send the price of petroleum soaring, a symposium addressed the much higher price paid by the Ogoni people in Nigeria's long relationship with Shell Oil.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jun 12, 2011
No matter who runs the World Bank it won’t change the troubling fact that its policies have done more harm than good for poor nations and their people.
Talk.Onevietnam.org, News Report, Posted: Jun 11, 2011
News reports of abuse, murders, and suicides of Vietnamese brides in South Korea have risen in recent years.
Talk.Onevietnam.org, News Report, Posted: Jun 10, 2011
Competing claims with China over ownership of the Spratly and Paracel Islands (Truong Sa and Hoang Sa) have been both a domestic and foreign relations issue for Vietnam. Heated sentiments over a perceived timidness to Vietnam’s northern neighbor inspired pockets of protests in Ha Noi earlier this week, and diplomatic spars with China have followed.
NAM Radio: Al Jazeera's Arab Spring Coverage, Redistricting Guide, Vietnamese American Lit, World Diets
New America Media, Audio, Posted: Jun 10, 2011
New Show: Al Jazeera's Arab Spring coverage, a guide to redistricting and prison gerrymandering, Vietnamese American literature, and world diets.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Jun 07, 2011
In Peru, the poor have spoken, and leftist Ollanta Humala is their man for president.
Philippine News, News Report, Posted: Jun 06, 2011
Amid renewed tensions with China over claims to the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, the Philippines is shopping for excess defense equipment from the United States.
Koream Magazine, News Report, Posted: Jun 06, 2011
Kim graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and Loyola Law School and also holds a master’s degree from the London School of Economics, according to his State Department bio.
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