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THAAD SHOULD GO AND PEACE SHALL COME – Jo Young Sam

By Jo Young Sam |  September 24, 2017 Korea peace and reunification activist, and ardent supporter of President Moon Jae In,  Jo Young Sam died

Saber Rattling Won’t Fix North Korea Threat

By Liu Jianxi with Bruce Cumings | September 19, 2017 Originally published in Global Times   The nuclear crisis in North Korea is growing more

A Korean Tragedy: Update

By Tim Beal | September 5, 2017 Update to Korean Tragedy UPDATE Since this article was published on 15 August (by a cruel irony the

The Only Sensible Way Out of the North Korea Crisis

By Tim Shorrock | August 27, 2017 Originally published in The Nation. On August 14, the Korean Central News Agency issued a surprising statement from

Americans once carpet-bombed North Korea. It’s time to remember that past

By Bruce Cumings | August 14, 2017 Originally published in The Guardian As they always do on the anniversary of the armistice, North Koreans celebrated

In Guam, the Gravest Threat Isn’t North Korea — It’s the United States

  By Leilani Ganser | August 13, 2017 This article was originally published jointly by Foreign Policy In Focus and In These Times.   This

The United States Military Has Been Destroying Guam for Decades

By Carlos Ballesteros | August 13, 2017 Originally published on JournoPortfolio.   The prospect of war between the United States and North Korea has increased

Urgent Warning: Time to Hit the Reset Button on U.S.-Korean Policy

  By Medea Benjamin | August 2, 2017 Originally published on Alternet.   Touching down in Washington D.C. Friday night after a peace delegation to

Time to Think and Act Differently on North Korea

By George Koo  | July 9, 2017 Originally published in Asia Times   North Korea’s latest test of a missile with a range capable of