She Was Brutally Attacked on a Busy Central London Street. Police and Pedestrians Did Nothing.

Most Brits do not live their day to day lives in constant fear of random, unprovoked physical attacks on crowded city streets. They go about their days knowing that Britain is a country for them: 82% white, disproportionately affluent compared…

North What It Seems: Making Sense Of The “Hermit Kingdom”

Deputy Features Editor Kyi Yeung Goh argues for an alternative strategy in approaching the North Korean conundrum The Democratic People’s Republic Korea (DPRK) or North Korea can be nominally defined as a Communist dynasty. The absurdity of this nomenclature is…

Hyeonseo Lee ; Interview with North Korea’s ‘Steel-Plated’ Magnolia

By Taryana Odayar, Features Editor The first time I met Hyeonseo Lee, I was struck by what a small and diminutive figure she cut. Dressed all in black, with her soft voice and calm, almost serene composure, she looked the…

The Crime-Terror Continuum: South Korea’s War Against Narco-Terrorism

By Taryana Odayar. The term “Narco-terrorism”, first coined by former Peruvian president Belaunde Terry, refers to the ability of narcotics traffickers to manipulate a government or society by threatening or using violence and intimidation. The USA’s Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA),…