By Alison Zimmerman, Deputy Opinions Editor
February 5, 2018
There are a lot of things to talk about in President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address. Here are five of them.Read more »
By Alison Zimmerman, Deputy Opinion Editor
January 22, 2018
Problems facing these Olympics stretch beyond diplomatic tiffs and scandals. In conjunction with the increasingly unreasonable cost of hosting and ticket sales far undershooting projections, this Winter Olympic Games is simply not worth the trouble.Read more »
By Chelsey Sanchez, Digital Director
October 10, 2017
Filed under Uncategorized
An interview with CAS junior Paul Hwang for The Immigration Issue.Read more »
By Wayne Chen, Contributing Writer
September 28, 2017
Yet, no matter how much people struggle to take Kim Jong-un and U.S. president Donald Trump seriously, the threat this time around cannot be ignored, and the slightest strategical mistake will lead to a serious catastrophe.Read more »
By Theo Wayt, Contributing Writer
September 25, 2017
The rhetoric of war may seem noble and glorious to power-drunk leaders like Trump, and his proposal to nuke ISIS may appeal to his horribly-misguided supporters, but war itself is far more than macho mouthing-off.Read more »
By Anand Balaji, Staff Writer
April 24, 2017
Filed under Opinion
These actions were both done in retaliation against an increasingly aggressive North Korea that has conducted several missile launches and a public assassination in Malaysia since Trump took office. However Trump’s response has done nothing to improve the safety of the region and instead seriously undermines one of his core campaign promises: holding China accountable on free trade.Read more »
By Marita Vlachou, Deputy Managing Editor
October 5, 2015
Filed under News
UPDATE [Oct. 5, 11:46 p.m.]: NYU spokesperson John Beckman said the university is relieved to hear the good news of Joo's release. "He and his family have been in our thoughts," Beckman said. "We're relieved to learn of his release and glad for this good outcome." According to CNN, South Korea's National I...
By Christine Wang, Deputy News Editor
September 28, 2015
Last semester, news broke that an NYU student had gone into North Korea. He was secretly presented to the media for the first time.Read more »
February 26, 2014
A commission at the United Nations accused the North Korean government of committing crimes against humanity in a report released on Feb. 17. The investigation documented an extensive list of crimes — “extermination, murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape, forced abortions and other ...
April 30, 2013
Filed under Opinion
The New York Times recently brought to light the CIA’s decade-long practice of secretly funneling tens of millions of dollars to the Karzai government in Afghanistan. Newly discovered accounts of stealthy cash drop-offs directly to Karzai’s offices indicate an extensive network of political bribery,...
April 24, 2013
China’s top general Fang Fenghui said on Monday that a fourth North Korean nuclear weapons test is feasible, and that talks are underway between Pyongyang and other regional parties. Since North Korea recently renounced the 1953 Armistice Agreement with South Korea and shut down its Kaesong factories,...
March 7, 2013
The threat of nuclear attack by nations like North Korea and Iran has had the international community on edge for years. To combat growing fears, major world powers, including the United States and most of the European Union, have adopted economic sanctions against both nations. These sanctions have...