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After 17 July: Who is Prince of Jihad?
After a lull since the execution of the Bali bombers, the extremist online community is finally reenergised by the arrest of the Prince of Jihad. Who is he?
Clinton's coup in Pyongyang: North Korean denuclearisation next?
The surprising release of two American journalists by North Korea came amidst current tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Is this a North Korean overture to the United States for bilateral nuclear talks?
Kosovo: The World’s Youngest State
Kosovo, the world’s youngest state, has been the subject of considerable international assistance. They have provided stability, but the economy remains weak. Today, the best thing that the international community could ...
South Korea: time to reconsider the notion of 'ethnic homogeneity'
In a globalising world in which multi-culturalism has become a by-product, South Korea has remained one of the few ethnically homogeneous countries. However, globalisation has also started an influx of foreigners and ...
EEZs: US Must Unclench its Fist First
Military activities in the exclusive economic zones of other countries are likely to remain controversial in the near future if efforts to curb them fail. The recent actions by United States vessels in China’s EEZ have ...
Transient electrical thermal analysis of ESD process using 3-D finite element method
In this work, the transient electrical-thermal response of a simple ESD protection circuit to excessive current during an electrostatic discharge (ESD) event is investigated n ...
3D sound effects with transaural audio beam projection
This paper investigates the suitability of transaural reproduction using directional audio beams generated by parametric array in air to produce 3D sound through objective evaluation. The 3D sound performance ...