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UCR alumnus Tony Kim, 59, was among three U.S. citizens who returned on Wednesday, May 9 after being being imprisoned in North Korea during...

The “Peace Olympics” and the possibility of diplomacy

The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics are now over. Clouding the atmosphere of the games were the tense relations between North Korea and the United...

Stronger sanctions are the solution to a rogue North Korea

How to handle the rogue state of North Korea is a question that often leads to no solution. Some people are too fearful of...

News in Brief for the week of 16 May 2017

  Students for Justice in Palestine erect mock “apartheid wall” near HUB to bring attention to Palestinian conflict By: Evan Ismail, SSW On Tuesday, May 9, the...

Lit Pick of the Week: “Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in...

Radar is committed to all forms of art and entertainment and as such, will pick one book as a reading recommendation every week. This...

News in Brief for the week of May 2, 2017

Local News UCR researchers use CRISPR technology to make new red-eyed wasps By: Jaya Vengadesan, Staff Writer UCR researchers have created wasps with red eyes, a new...

Club Spotlight: Liberty in North Korea

  The thought of living in North Korea is a harrowing one. Their regime is ruthless, restrictive and devoid of any right of basic freedom....

North Korea: a country filled with empty threats

I recently watched a documentary on the freelance journalism website VICE about the country of North Korea and how its economy, military and overall...