Christine Ahn

Here’s What Kim Really Wants Out of His Meeting With Trump

By Christine Ahn | March 13, 2018 Originally published in Fortune.com.   The dramatic news that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un extended an invitation

Americans and South Koreans Want Peace. Will Trump Listen?

By Christine Ahn | July 6, 2017 Originally published in Foreign Policy in Focus and Common Dreams   As the newly elected South Korean President

North Korean, South Korean, and Global Women Call on Trump Administration to Engage in Diplomacy

As tensions have risen between the U.S. and North Korea, answering a call from WomenCrossDMZ, hundreds of women from forty countries, including both North and

Let the Peace Games Begin

By Christine Ahn | August 28,2016 Originally published in Foreign Policy In Focus The Olympic games in Rio have ended, and now another set of

A Year Ago, I Crossed the DMZ in Korea. Here’s Why.

By Christine Ahn | May 26, 2016 Originally published by Foreign Policy in Focus One year ago, I led a group of 30 women from

Women Cross DMZ for “A Different Future, A Different Possibility for Korea”

Women Cross DMZ for “A Different Future, A Different Possibility for Korea” An Interview with Christine Ahn* By Paul Liem** | May 15, 2015 The

Opinion: Continuing the Centennial Work of Women and Citizen Diplomacy in Korea

  By Christine Ahn | May 4, 2015 [Originally published by IPS, NEW YORK, April 28, 2015] Christine Ahn is the International Coordinator of Women

Anatomy of a Hatchet Job: Regarding Women Cross DMZ in CNN’s Situation Room

By Gregory Elich* | April 20, 2015 [Originally published by MRZine | April 11, 2015] A television news program opens with a clip of marching

The Unending Korean War: W.E.B Du Bois, Ko Un, and the Women’s Peace Walk

By John R. Eperjesi* | April 20, 2015 [Originally published by TheWorldPost | April 15, 2015] May 24, 2015 is International Women’s Day for Disarmament.

Fact Not Fiction: The Unending Korean War

By Christine Ahn and Suzy Kim | December 24, 2014 Copyright, Truthout.org. Reprinted with permission The fact that the Korean War ended with a temporary