Monkey Cage: South Korea just elected a new president. Will there be new friction with the U.S.?

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South Korea just elected a new president. Will there be new friction with the U.S.?
And will Moon Jae-in now push for greater engagement with North Korea?
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Egypt and Syria have been “disappearing” their citizens. This is why countries do it.
Disappearing emerges when a regime doesn’t know how to read its opposition.
 
Gun ownership used to be bipartisan. Not anymore.
The “gun gap” in American politics is growing larger and larger.
 
4 key lessons from France’s presidential election
It was not a political earthquake.
 
In Texas, almost all non-voters have a photo ID — but few understand the voter identification rules
The Texas law has spawned a lot of confusion.
 
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