Ben Affleck as a politician? Not yet, not yet…

There were some speculation that Ben Affleck may run for Senate seat to replace John Kerry. Though he denied it the American politics have witnessed actors turned politicians in the past. Would you say that Affleck would be an interesting candidate?

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R.I.P. Norman Schwarzkopf. What is his legacy?

Read few comments by experts.

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How would you characterize Christine Lagarde’s thinking?

Christine Lagarde is among the 2012 Global Thinkers of Foreign Policy magazine. Which are her strongest assets; which are her weaknesses? Read few comments by Anna VisviziAssociate professor, DEREE – The American College of Greece.

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Park Geun-hye won the election in South Korea: A radical and a conservative victory?

What does it mean for South Korea?

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What to expect from John Kerry

It looks very likely that Sen. John Kerry will be nominated to replace Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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A tantric speech? What will David Cameron do on Europe?

The Guardian reports: Asked in the Commons by the Labour MP Gavin Shuker whether he could ever imagine Britain leaving the EU, David Cameron  said: “That is not a position I support, so I do not spend my time thinking about it. But he added: “Clearly all futures for Britain are imaginable. We are in charge of own destiny, we can make our own choices. I believe the choice we should make is to stay in the European Union, to be members of the single market, to maximise our impact in Europe, but where we are unhappy with parts of the relationship we shouldn’t be frightened of standing up and saying so.

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South Korean Divisive Presidential Election?

By Sung-Yoon LeeKim Koo-Korea Foundation Assistant Professor of Korean Studies, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

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