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  • Robert Kelly
    Robert Kelly “We keep talking about a tough response - that's what the South Korean president said this morning - but it's just not clear to me what that would be that wouldn't put us on a war footing. It's almost certainly going to be rhetorical.” 17 hours ago
  • Hirokazu Matsuno
    Hirokazu Matsuno “North Korea's series of actions, including its repeated ballistic missile launches, threatens the peace and security of Japan, the region, and the international community, and poses a serious challenge to the entire international community, including Japan.” 17 hours ago
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September, 2022

“She always put duty first, long after others of her generation had retired. When she became queen, people anticipated a new Elizabethan age of peace and prosperity. Such optimism was justified, with decades of great change and mostly rising living standards. During her long life, she weathered many storms. Elizabeth II mostly stood apart from controversy in the royal family - particularly in her later years - and will justly be remembered as one of the best-loved monarchs of the modern period.”

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Historian
08 Sep 2022 3 1
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“We hope that responsible officials of the two sides will meet in person as soon as possible for a candid discussion on humanitarian matters including the issue of separated families.”

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South Korea Unification Minister
08 Sep 2022 2 2
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“Vietnam's ruling party to be one of the most thin-skinned governments in the region when it comes to public criticism. A noodle seller mocking the Minister's ridiculously expensive steak on a gov't trip is funny, not criminal. Mockery is a legitimate form of expression that should not be considered a crime.”

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Deputy Asia Director, Human Rights Watch
08 Sep 2022 2 2
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“I don't think that the Russian explanation on this particular issue [Vladimir Putin claiming that almost all the Ukrainian grain shipped under a UN-backed deal to ease a global food crisis is reaching rich European nations] reflects the reality on the ground. I think the Russians are feeling a growing exposure to Ukrainian attacks in recent days, and also the Europeans are increasing pressure on Russia, so I think the Russian leadership might have decided to find a way to inflict damage [given] this growing assault. We should see [this] as part of a larger geopolitical game. It's part of a tit for tat [situation]. I find the idea that the Ukrainian ships are targeting nations other than the ones in the Global South somehow fabricated.”

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Professor of international relations at Istanbul Aydin University
08 Sep 2022 7 2
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