Gregory Elich

The WannaCry Cyberattack: What the Evidence Says and Why the Trump Administration Blames North Korea

  By Gregory Elich | February 26, 2018 Originally published in Counterpunch.org On December 19, in a Wall Street Journal editorial that drew much attention,

Rising U.S.-North Korea Tensions

RT Deutsch Interview with Gregory Elich |November 30, 2017 Published originally on RT Deutsch and  gregoryelich.org   Q: President Donald Trump put North Korea back on

Trump’s War on the North Korean People

By Gregory Elich | September 20, 2017 Originally published in Counterpunch. Amid renewed talk by the Trump administration of a military option against North Korea,

North Korea’s Fast Track Missile Development: How Far It’s Come and Why it Has the U.S. on Edge

By Gregory Elich | July 7, 2017 Originally published in Zoom in Korea and Counterpunch.org   Since Donald Trump became president, North Korea has conducted

The U.S. Military’s Toxic Legacy in Korea

By Gregory Elich | September 12, 2016 Originally published in ZoominKorea. By this time next year, the Yongsan Army Garrison in Seoul will be in

THAAD Comes to Korea, But at What Cost?

Gregory Elich | August 20, 2016 Previously published in Counterpunch. The recent announcement that South Korea had agreed to deployment of a Terminal High Altitude

US Plans for North Korea Threaten International Security

By Gregory Elich | February 20, 2016 Originally published in Counterpunch. Relations with North Korea are once again in crisis mode. North Korea, we are

Union-Led Popular Protests Push to Oust South Korean President

By Hyun Lee and Gregory Elich | December 8, 2015 Originally published in Labor Notes Massive protests have rocked South Korea’s capital city of Seoul

Fightback in Korea

By Gregory Elich | November 12, 2015 Originally published in Counterpunch. In a climate of increasing repression, the Park Geun-hye government in South Korea is

The US-ROK Military Alliance: South Korea Caught in NATO’s Web

By Gregory Elich* | February 25, 2015 [Originally published in Global Research, February 16, 2015] In recent years, the nature of the U.S.-South Korean military