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How Japan’s Nuclear Disaster Still Haunts South Korea’s Biggest City

The Huffington Post | Alexander C. Kaufman | Posted 09.09.2016 | Green

NEW YORK ― In 2010, South Korea seemed to be all-in on nuclear power. The country had won a landmark bid a year earlier to build nuclear reactors ac...

Ramping Up the Problem Solving Capacity of Cities

James Anderson | Posted 12.31.2016 | Impact
James Anderson

The more than 400 mayors descended upon Paris' Hôtel de Ville to send a strong message during this month's climate talks: Cities have emerged as major drivers of innovation and action in global efforts to confront climate change.

Letter From Seoul

John Feffer | Posted 01.06.2015 | World
John Feffer

For more than half a millennium, this narrow alleyway in the heart of Seoul stretched for several kilometers. Today, only a tiny stretch of Pimatgol remains, along with a wooden gate that leads into a half-block of modern storefronts. The fate of Pimatgol reflects the forward-looking trajectory of South Korea.

A Korean Spring?

Christine Ahn | Posted 03.05.2012 | World
Christine Ahn

If anything has become clear in the weeks following Kim Jong Il's passing, it is that regime collapse is not in the cards for North Korea.