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  1. Hello/Salam I'm writting because I want to know if somebody here knows [edit] my question is if someone knows if there's a shia community in korea or just sunni. thank you so much.
  2. http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2016/07/28/north-korea-united-states-relations/87659264/ Well, how is this going to work out for them?
  3. We often hear how the rise of Western ideas of liberation and human rights have caused the loss of traditional values which have had serious consequences especially in the developing world. What is missed is the role economic forces play in the shifting of values. Standards which were hitherto backbone of morality gradually become economically nonviable. Economic development of the kind we see in South Korea, China, Brazil, India etc is hailed ad nauseam by everyone from any ideological background. Researchers swim in awe-inspiring growth figures, enriched middle and trading classes, registers of jobs, and whatnot. But there is little recognition of the cost fast economic activity levies on the host society. You can find social parallels in each country listed above of the story quoted below. Read full HERE
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