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SITUATION REPORTJun 18, 2021 | 15:39 GMT
North Korea: Kim Says to Prepare for Both Dialogue and Confrontation With the U.S.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said that Pyongyang should prepare for the possibilities of both dialogue and confrontation with the United States in remarks at the June 18 session of the Eighth Central Committee of North Korea's Workers' Party, Yonyap has reported, citing state media outlet Korean Central News Agency.
SITUATION REPORTJun 16, 2021 | 17:47 GMT
North Korea: Kim Warns of ‘Prolonged’ COVID-19 Lockdown, Food Shortages
In his opening address of the ruling Workers' Party’s Eighth Central Committee, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un warned of continued food shortages and economic issues, as well as the need for “prolonged” measures aimed at maintaining a “perfect anti-epidemic state,” suggesting that the country would remain in strict lockdown for an extended period, according to a June 16 report issued by state media outlet Korean Central News Agency.
SITUATION REPORTJun 8, 2021 | 21:15 GMT
Turkey: Public Prosecutor Moves to Ban Kurdish Party
Bekri Sahin, the chief public prosecutor for Turkey's Supreme Court of Appeals, on June 7 filed a new indictment to ban the People's Democratic Party (HDP) at the country's Constitutional Court, the AKP-friendly supreme judicial body, Hurriyet Daily News reported June 8.
AssessmentsMay 24, 2021 | 20:14 GMT
Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte (center) speaks to journalists in Vilnius on May 23, 2021, about the Ryanair passenger plane that was hijacked and diverted to Minsk, Belarus.
What to Make of Belarus’s Brazen Arrest of a Journalist
In Belarus, the controversial arrest of a prominent opposition activist will force a Western reaction, but the beleaguered opposition still faces major challenges, likely enabling the Belarusian regime to sustain its power. On May 23, Belarusian authorities arrested the wanted opposition journalist Roman Protasevich after forcing a passenger plane that he was on to divert and land in Minsk, using the pretense of a bomb scare. Protasevich, a former editor of the influential opposition Nexta channel and news organization, was returning from Athens, where he had been covering a visit by exiled opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya. The diverted Ryanair flight was headed to the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius, where Protasevich, Tikhanovskaya and a number of other Belarusian opposition figures are based.
SITUATION REPORTMay 21, 2021 | 17:39 GMT
South Korea, U.S.: Seoul to Seek Removal of Missile Guideline During Biden-Moon Meeting
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and U.S. President Joe Biden will reportedly discuss the potential removal of the guideline limiting Seoul from using ballistic missiles with ranges longer than 800 kilometers (500 miles) during the two leaders’ summit later today, Yonhap News Agency reported May 21, citing South Korean officials.
On SecurityMay 18, 2021 | 09:00 GMT
The flag of mainland China.
Rethinking Post-Pandemic Business Travel to China, Part Two
Despite China's track record of arbitrarily detaining foreign citizens, China has tended to moderate its response to U.S. policies adverse to China. For example, rather than take more aggressive steps like arresting U.S. citizens, China has demonstrated an aversion to provoking confrontation by limiting itself to issuing travel restrictions and other, less pointed measures against the United States.
AssessmentsMay 11, 2021 | 21:46 GMT
Smoke billows from Israeli airstrikes in Hamas-controlled Gaza City on May 11, 2021.
In Gaza, More Bloodshed Appears Inevitable
Grassroots pressure on the Israeli and Palestinian governments portend a prolonged border conflict that places more lives at risk and forestalls Arab-Israeli normalization. Militant groups in Gaza launched over 400 rockets at southern Israeli territory since May 10, killing two Israelis and wounding at least 24 more. In response, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) struck more than 130 targets in the Gaza Strip, killing 26 Palestinians, including 9 children. Political paralysis and deepened popular frustration on all sides of the conflict will make it harder for the Israeli and Palestinian governments to satisfy their angry constituents and reach an eventual resolution. 
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