Anthony Kuhn

Anthony Kuhn appears in the following:

As Tensions Rise Over Defense Costs, U.S. Walks Out Of Talks With South Korea

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

The U.S. reportedly is demanding that South Korea pay $5 billion for the coming year. The issue is putting stress not seen in years on the decades-old alliance between the U.S. and South Korea.

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Death Of K-Pop Singer Leads To Discussion About Online Bullying

Thursday, October 17, 2019

The death of a 25-year-old K Pop singer and actress in South Korea has led to soul searching in the country about online bullying.

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Japan Begins Recovery Process After Deadly Typhoon Hits

Monday, October 14, 2019

Typhoon Hagibus made landfall on Saturday with strong rain and powerful winds hitting the central and northern parts of Japan. Dozens of fatalities have been reported so far.

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Typhoon Hagibus Leaves A Trail Of Death And Destruction In Japan

Sunday, October 13, 2019

A powerful typhoon ravaged Japan on Saturday, bursting river banks and flooding low-lying areas and killing more than a dozen people. The typhoon has been downgraded to a tropical storm.

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North Korea-U.S. Talks Break Down

Monday, October 07, 2019

North Korea said on Sunday that it had no desire to engage in new negotiations with the United States, rejecting Washington's suggestion that both countries meet again in Stockholm in two weeks.

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U.S. And North Korea Resume Working-Levels Talks

Friday, October 04, 2019

The U.S. and North Korea are resuming working-levels talks on the North's nuclear and missile programs. Experts believe both sides will have to make concessions to get any kind of deal.

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North Korea May Have Taken Step Toward Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile

Wednesday, October 02, 2019

The ballistic missile traveled about 280 miles, landing in the Sea of Japan. If capable of submarine launch it would represent a significant advance in North Korea's missile program.

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North Korea Launches Missile A Day After Agreeing To Nuclear Talks

Wednesday, October 02, 2019

North Korea fired what is believed to be a submarine-launched ballistic missile. It comes just days before U.S. and North Korean officials are supposed to resume nuclear talks.

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In South Korea, Anguish Over Deaths Of North Korean Defectors Who May Have Starved

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

A mother and her young son were found dead in July, apparently of starvation. The case has refocused attention on the circumstances of defectors, who often struggle to start new lives in the South.

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South Korea's Indifference Blamed For Deaths Of North Korea Defectors

Monday, September 16, 2019

After a mother and child who defected from North Korea died in South Korea, many ask: Why risk your life for freedom and escape a dictatorship, only to die without food and money in a land of plenty?

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Police Bear Brunt Of Public Anger As Hong Kong Refuses To Accept Protesters' Demands

Friday, August 30, 2019

One of the main results of the Hong Kong government's strategy has been to put a huge burden on the city's police force, diverting the public's anger at the government onto the constabulary.

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U.S. Faces Challenges In Managing Tensions Between South Korea And Japan

Friday, August 30, 2019

South Korea's pull-out from an intelligence-sharing pact with Japan has the U.S. alarmed that its alliances in Asia are crumbling. But the alliances are seen very differently by each country.

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U.S. Criticizes South Korea After Seoul Scraps Intelligence-Sharing Pact With Tokyo

Friday, August 30, 2019

Washington is unhappy with the decision to quit a 2016 intelligence-sharing agreement. The dispute has its origins in Japan's occupation of the Korean peninsula that ended after WWII.

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Police In Hong Kong Are Caught Between Protesters And The Government

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Hong Kong's police force was once known for its professionalism and impartiality, but now protesters accuse officers of brutality and demand an independent investigation.

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Hundreds Of Thousands Of Landmines Remain From Korean War But Serve No Purpose

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Hundreds have been killed by landmines in South Korea since the Korean War. Experts say most of the remaining mines serve no military purpose, yet the U.S. and South Korea refuse to ban their use.

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In Hong Kong, Moderate And Radical Protesters Join Forces To Avoid Past Divisions

Sunday, August 25, 2019

In 2014, Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement was beset by divisions. Now various protest factions are working together. "If either one gets hurt, we feel the other's pain," says a moderate lawmaker.

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Anti-Government Protesters In Hong Kong Join Hands, Form Human Chains Across The City

Friday, August 23, 2019

Thousands of protesters in Hong Kong formed human chains across the city, in a bid to drum up international support for anti-government protests that have continued for nearly three months.

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South Korea To Scrap Military Intelligence-Sharing Agreement With Japan

Thursday, August 22, 2019

A South Korean security official says the pact "does not serve our national interest." Japan's foreign minister says Seoul's decision "completely misreads the security situation."

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Huge Weekend Of Pro-Democracy Protests In Hong Kong Appear To Be Peaceful

Monday, August 19, 2019

Protests in Hong Kong continued for the 11th weekend in a row as thousands of people gathered for a nonviolent rally against an extradition bill.

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Why It Was Important For Sunday's Protests To Remain Peaceful

Monday, August 19, 2019

After another weekend of protests, David Greene talks to Wong Yik-Mo of the Civil Human Rights Front about what's next for the anti-extradition bill movement in Hong Kong.

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