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North Korea’s Kim will not be intimidated, To get a read on North Korea, watch the US, not China, Why Pope Francis didn’t say ‘Rohingya,’ Can Zimbabwe’s new president be ‘born again’?, Don’t ignore the EU’s role in Libyan migrant slavery

The Japan Times / TokyoNorth Korea’s Kim will not be intimidated

“North Korea continued its defiance of the international community with the test of yet another ballistic missile [Nov. 29],” states an editorial. “In response to this latest outrage, concerned governments continue to try to muster a concerted effort to constrain North Korean behavior.... Still, flaws in the strategy to do so remain unfixed and

Korea JoongAng Daily / Seoul, South KoreaTo get a read on North Korea, watch the US, not ChinaThe Guardian / LondonWhy Pope Francis didn’t say ‘Rohingya’The Monitor / Gaborone, BotswanaCan Zimbabwe’s new president be ‘born again’?Al Jazeera / Doha, QatarDon’t ignore the EU’s role in Libyan migrant slavery

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