Small Wars Journal

11/21/2021 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

Sun, 11/21/2021 - 10:54am

Access National Security News HERE.

Access Korean News HERE.

National Security News Content:

1. Top U.S. admiral warns about China threat at Halifax forum
2. How the game of Go explains China’s aggression towards India
3. The world is entering a new era of big government
4. The Bad Guys Are Winning
5. Senators Have More Than 900 Ideas To Fix America’s Security
6. Hybrid Warfare in an Age of Wokeness by Srdja Trifkovic
7. The Pandemic’s Next Turn Hinges on Three Unknowns
8. Perspective | Weapons tests in space could shut down ATMs and ground your next flight
9. As Soldiers Abandon Notorious Myanmar Army, a Morale Crisis Looms
10. Thousands of Afghans evacuated during U.S. withdrawal awaiting resettlement
11. Collection of U.S. actions inconsistent with words on China
12. China reduces ties with Lithuania in Taiwan spat
13. FDD | Biden-Xi Summit Only Highlights Fundamental Differences Between U.S. and China
14. Commentary: Placing Terrorism in a Violent Non-State Actor Framework for the Great Power Competition Era
15. Enes Kanter: Move the Olympics for Peng Shuai’s Sake
16. F.B.I. Agents Became C.I.A. Operatives in Secret Overseas Prisons
17. Special forces testing Black Hawk helicopter with side-mounted electric motorcycles
18. These Are the Top 10 War Movies as Picked by an Actual Combat Veteran
19. Videos Said to Be of Peng Shuai Don’t Resolve Questions About Her Safety

Korean News Content:

1. Ruling party candidate challenges Constitution with idea on unification
2. How Kim Jong-un, once a young political novice, cemented power in N. Korea in 10 years
3. Chronology of N. Korean leader Kim Jong-un
4. Why is North Korea known as the most isolated country in the world?
5. Boycotts of Beijing Olympics threaten Moon's diplomacy
6. U.S. envoy to visit Seoul for conference on U.N. peacekeeping
7. Army officer wounded in unidentified blast (South Korea)
8. N. Korea dismisses UN human rights resolution as outcome of ‘hostile policy’
9. Under decade of Kim's rule, N. Korea makes strides in nuke, missile capabilities

Comments

bernicehallb

Fri, 11/26/2021 - 4:42pm

Japanese marriage traditions disclose the core of attitude towards dating and romance among Japanese women in general. There is a concept of “miai” single japanese women  in Japanese culture. It is a traditional Japanese custom similar to western matchmaking traditions when a woman and a man meet each other through third parties considering marriage’s further possibility. It is interesting to note that many researchers, including Japanese ones, believe that the “miai” tradition has held firm in Japanese society. After World War II, the younger generations of Japanese gradually adopted the western style — the marriage by love.