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North Korea’s ICBM and South Korea’s Confusing Response

By Hyun Lee | July 10, 2017   “It won’t happen!” Trump had tweeted earlier this year in response to North Korea’s warnings that it

The Korean Peninsula: Ground Zero for Armageddon?

By Simone Chun | June 1, 2017 Originally published in   Is the Korean Demilitarized Zone poised to become “ground zero for the end

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

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

North Koreans try to trump China—and the United States

Bruce Cumings | July 5, 2016 Originally published in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists In recent weeks, North Korea has been engaged in a flurry

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

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

The Execution of Jang Song Thaek

By Paul Liem l December 31, 2013 The arrest, trial, and execution of Jang Song Thaek, the uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

November 18, 2013 -Kim Jong-un and the Long Run, Pomona College

North Korea’s Past, Present and Future psu-kimjongun November 18, 5 pm Rose Hills Theater, Pomona College

The Unorthodox Wisdom of Dennis Rodman

Terry K. Park* | August 13, 2013 At a discussion organized by Asia Society New York in July entitled “‘Avoiding Apocalypse’: Searching for Peace with