About Author

Yousra Neberai

Yousra Neberai is a staff writer for the Harvard International Review. Neberai primarily writes for the Global Notebook and Blog sections of the Review.

Russian President Vladimir Putin with North Korean ambassador to Russia Kim Yong-jae and Presidential Aide Sergei Prikhodko, at the 2007 letters of credential presentation ceremony in Moscow. By Kremlin.ru. CC BY 3.0, accessed via Wikimedia Commons.
36(4) Summer 2015, Analysis, Asia, East Asia, Eastern Europe, Economics, Global Notebook, Politics, Security

My Enemy’s Enemy: Analyzing Russia and North Korea’s “Year of Friendship”

This May marked the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. To celebrate, Russian officials announced in March that the year 2015 would be...
In the Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Muslims recite the Quran after prayer. "Istiqlal Mosque Reciting Al Quran" by Gunawan Kartapranata. CC BY-SA 3.0, accessed via Wikimedia Commons.
Analysis, Asia, East Asia, Global Notebook, Politics, Southeast Asia

A Different ‘Islamic State’: Analyzing Indonesia-US Relations

When asked to name the country with the largest population of Muslims in the world, one might have an inclination to name a country...
Asia, Blog, East Asia, Europe, Human Rights, Politics, Western Europe

Pulling at Paintbrushes: Implications of the North Korean embassy’s first art exhibition in London

Earlier this month and for the first time ever, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or North Korea, opened its London embassy to the...