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IN37 Albert, Eleanor. North Korea’s Power Structure (Council om Foreign Relations, July 19, 2018, various pages) 북한의 권력구조 - Click here for available text on the Internet 
North Korea has been ruled by one of the world’s longest-running dynastic dictatorships. Three generations of the Kim family have ruled with absolute authority, using heavy repression and a system of patronage that ensures support from elites and the military.  

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– Glosserman, Brad. SEEDS OF NEW THINKING IN SEOUL  (Center for Strategic & International Studies, July 19, 2018, various pages) 서울에서의 새로운 생각의 씨앗 - Click here for available text on the Internet    
US-South Korea-Japan security cooperation has long been a study in frustration. A primary obstacle has been Seoul’s reluctance to work with its partners, primarily because of historical grievances – and the resulting political sensitivities – that dominate relations with Japan.  

IN39 – Enos, Olivia. WHAT BITTERSWEET FAMILY REUNIONS MEAN FOR A DIVIDED KOREA (The Heritage Foundation, August 23, 2018, various pages)  이산가족 상봉은 분단한국에 무엇을 의미 하는가? - Click here for available text on the Internet  
The upcoming family reunions serve as an unwelcome reminder of the division of the Korean peninsula, challenges in resolving the North Korean nuclear crisis, and the pain that the division and policy challenges cause to real people. Regardless, these reunions are one of the few moments that North and South will—albeit momentarily—attempt to put people over politics.    

IN40 –  Nye, Joseph S. IS CYBER THE PERFECT WEAPON? (Project Syndicate, July 05, 2018, various pages) 사이버가 완벽한 무기인가? - Click here for available text on the Internet   
For years, political leaders have warned of the danger of a “Cyber Pearl Harbor.” Thus far, however, cyber weapons seem to be oversold, more useful for signaling or sowing confusion than for physical destruction.   ​

 

EC42 – Hagel III, John. 3 KINDS OF JOBS THAT WILL THRIVE AS AUTOMATION ADVANCES (Harvard Business Review, August 21, 2018, various pages) 자동화 발전에 따른 유망직업 3가지 소개 - Click here for available text on the Internet 
As technology transforms our economy, one trend is getting more and more attention: the prospect that it will increasingly automate the work that we human beings do. And it’s not just low skilled, manual labor that’s at risk — “knowledge” work like operational analytics and marketing is also being taken over by sophisticated artificial intelligence algorithms.  

EC43 Connell, Christopher. TOOLS OF MODERN SCIENCE HELP FARMERS FEED A HUNGRY WORLD (ShareAmerica, August 16, 2018, various pages) 바이오테크놀로지를 통한 식량난 해소 - Click here for available text on the Internet  
Scientists around the world have closely examined whether food grown from plants that are genetically modified to resist pests and herbicides and yield more abundant crops is safe to eat.  

EC44 ROBUST U.S. ECONOMY BECKONS FOREIGN FIRMS (ShareAmerica, August 14, 2018, various pages) 견고한 미국경제와 역대 최고 외국인투자 - Click here for available text on the Internet  
Four trillion dollars. That’s how much foreign businesses invested in the United States in 2017. The strong U.S. economy is giving them even more reason to come and sell more products in the world’s largest consumer market.    

EC45 Kolodzinski, Sophia. ROBOTS ARE ALREADY TAKING HUMAN JOBS, BUT IT MAY NOT BE SUCH A BAD THING (CNBC, June 26, 2018, various pages) 노동력을 대체하는 로봇, 나쁜것만은 아니다 - Click here for available text on the Internet   
Throwing humanoid robots into the mix could take those fears to a whole new level. And there are already some signs that robots are doing the jobs humans used to do. Still, the results aren't always negative.

 

EC46 – Berfield, Susan; Boyle, Matthew. BEST BUY SHOULD BE DEAD, BUT IT’S THRIVING IN THE AGE OF AMAZON (Bloomberg Businessweek, July 19, 2018, various pages) 미국 베스트바이 (Best Buy), 아마존 시대 번영하는 비법 - Click here for available text on the Internet
Best Buy’s Geek Squad deploys agents to help customers with repairs and installations. The advisors act as personal chief technology officers, helping people make their homes smart. Some in this group worked on the Geek Squad, some as retail staff, a few were lured back, and one was employed by companies that Best Buy put out of business.  ​


US36 – Mitchell, Amy; Gottfriedd, Jeffrey. DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN FACTUAL AND OPINION STATEMENTS IN THE NEWS (Pew Research Center, June 18, 2018, 69 pages) 뉴스에서 사실과 주관적 견해의 구별 – Click here for available text on the Internet    
In today’s fast-paced and complex information environment, news consumers must make rapid-fire judgments about how to internalize news-related statements – statements that often come in snippets and through pathways that provide little context.   

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– GENDER MATTERS (Center for American Progress, August 6, 2018, 9 pages) 성평등의 의미와 중요성 – Click here for available text on the Internet    
The steady avalanche of survivors’ stories about experiencing sexual harassment is a potent reminder of the pervasiveness of workplace sexual harassment, even decades after such misconduct was declared illegal by the courts. Women and men from all walks of life experience sexual harassment at work.    

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– Doherty, Carroll; Kiley, Jocelyn. AS MIDTERMS NEAR, DEMOCRATS ARE MORE POLITICALLY ACTIVE THAN REPUBLICANS (Pew Research Center, August 16, 2018, 14 pages) 미국 중간선거가 다가올수록 공화당은 민주당보다 정치적으로 활발하게 활동하고 있다 – Click here for available text on the Internet   
Across a range of political activities – from attending political rallies to donating to campaigns – voters who back Democratic candidates for Congress are reporting higher levels of political activity than GOP voters. But both sets of voters share a view that the upcoming election is important: About three-quarters in both parties say it “really matters” which party wins control of Congress in this fall’s election.   

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– Jimenez, Laura; Sargrad, Scott. A WELL-ROUNDED EDUCATION (Center for American Progress, August 16, 2018, 5 pages) 미국  균형 잡힌 교육의 중요성  Click here for available text on the Internet     
Not that long ago, a high school diploma was a ticket to a middle-class job. Today, however, in too many states, earning a high school diploma might not even mean that students are eligible for college—let alone ready to succeed there.