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Cha: North Korea is keeping a close watch on the U.S. midterms

Professor Victor Cha spoke to Business Insider about how Americans aren’t the only ones anxious about the midterm elections—North Korea is too. “[North Korean officials] are really worried that the president, coming out on the other side of this election, may not be interested in this issue anymore, may be hog-tied or hand-tied by his Congress,” Cha said.

Millward Talks Chinese Repression of Uighurs

Professor James Millward joins NPR’s Global Journalist podcast to discuss the recent Chinese practice of forcing Uighurs into “re-education” centers where “they’re forced to learn Mandarin Chinese, sing songs praising the Communist Party and encouraged to turn away from their religion.”

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Klugman Lays Out Ways to Improve Women’s Economic Empowerment

In this Washington Post article, Professor Jeni Klugman discusses various ways to improve women’s economic empowerment around the globe. She also touches on the current barriers to achieving this goal, which include “inadequate protections related to parental leave, gender-based violence prevention and reproductive rights.”