From Kim Jong-Un’s newfound love of basketball to India’s dowry culture, International Policy Digest has covered some pretty meaty subjects over the past year.
In this list we’ve included an analysis of Kim Jong-Un’s love of basketball and the motives behind his decisions and what to expect in the year ahead by Daniel Wagner and J.K. Joung, the recent ruling against the NSA’s metadata program by Binoy Kampmark, John Lyman and Eric Jones’s analysis of President Obama’s appearance at the Saban Center where he offered his most forceful defense yet of the Iran nuclear agreement reached in Geneva, Conn M. Hallinan’s analysis of the ongoing negotiations with Iran and the recently concluded Third Plenum in China that offered few actual reforms by Andrew Ludwig.
We’ve also included for your consideration, a lengthy analysis of neoliberalism in India by Abhirup Bhunia, a backgrounder on Ralph Miliband by Binoy Kampmark, Kerry Sun’s analysis of the escalating Syrian refugee crisis and a list of thirty-five young foreigners making an impact throughout Africa by Scott Firsing. By all means read through the list and see if you agree. Be sure to share any of the article’s with your friends on Facebook and Twitter and leave a comment, we’ve made it quite easy to do so.
By Kerry Sun
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By John Lyman