Christine Hong

The Long, Dirty History of U.S. Warmongering against North Korea

By Christine Hong |  April 25, 2017 Originally published in The Progressive As the latest North Korea crisis unfolded, and Donald Trump swapped campaign plowshares

KPI Board member Christine Hong on potential Korean conflict

Prof. Christine Hong of UCSC, and KPI board member, spoke on the increasing possibility of conflict between the U.S. and North Korea – and the

After Surprise Visit to DMZ, Pence Tells North Korea ‘All Options Are on the Table’

By Nika Knight | April 22, 2017 Originally published in Common Dreams Seemingly unabashed after North Korea’s warning last week of an imminent “thermonuclear war,”

The Overlooked Past Behind U.S.-North Korea Tensions

Aaron Maté and Christine Hong | April 12, 2017 Originally published on therealnews.com AARON MATÉ: It’s The Real News. I’m Aaron Maté. Tensions between the

Korean Americans Are Reclaiming Their History Through Culture

  By Ramsay Liem and Christine Hong | October 30, 2015 Co-published with Foreign Policy in Focus and Legacies of the Korean War. Legacies of

Stranger than Fiction: The Interview and
U.S. Regime-Change Policy Toward North Korea

By Christine Hong | December 28, 2014 Originally published in the Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus “And if it does start a war, hopefully people will

Alleged North Korean Cyber-attack and
“The Interview”

KPI | December 22, 2014 Recently, KPI Board Member Christine Hong and KPI Advisory Board members Christine Ahn and Tim Shorrock spoke on the issues

Reframing North Korean Human Rights
– a thematic issue of Critical Asian Studies

“Reframing North Korean Human Rights” – a thematic issue of Critical Asian Studies (45-4:2013 and 46-1:2014) in two installments was co-edited by Christine Hong,  Korea

The Sewol on Our Shores

By Christine Hong |  May 24, 2014 (originally published in Foreign Policy in Focus) On Sunday, May 18, on the corner of El Camino Real

Lurching Towards War: A Post-Mortem on Strategic Patience

[Originally published in Global Research, February 4, 2013]   With all eyes on North Korea since its third nuclear test, remarkably little has been said