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How South Korea Is Tackling Its Demographic Crisis
South Korea is projected to become the world’s most aged country by 2044. Last year, the number of people in their 70s exceeded those in their 20s for the first time ever, and some 24.5% of those ages 70 and above were still working as of January, lo
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The New Antisemitism
Why won’t antisemitism die, or at least die down? In the months following Hamas’ attack on Israel on Oct. 7, 2023, antisemitic incidents increased substantially. The Anti-Defamation League, which keeps track, says they tripled in the U.S. over the pr
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Myanmar’s War With Itself
It’s been three years since Myanmar’s ruling junta clawed back power from an elected government, and its grip on power is becoming costlier for all concerned. Recent fights with well-armed ethnic groups have inflicted heavy casualties on the country’

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