Korean War

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

The Unending Korean War

The Korea Policy Institute is pleased to share an issue of positions: asia critique (volume 23, issue 4) titled, “The Unending Korean War,” edited by

The Unforgotten War

By Elaine Kim | October 17, 2015 Co-published with Legacies of the Korean War This essay is the fifth in a series of articles that

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

The Korean War, Anticommunism, and the Korean American Community

By Namhee Lee | October 13, 2015 | [1] In collaboration with the Korea Policy Institute, Legacies of the Korean War, an online oral-history project

On the Importance of Survivor Testimony to Korean War History

By Kim Dong-Choon In collaboration with the Korea Policy Institute, Legacies of the Korean War, an online oral-history project that documents the stories of Korean

Silenced No More: Korean Americans Remember the “Forgotten War”

By Ramsay Liem |  October 2015 This article was published by both Korea Policy Institute and Legacies of the Korean War, an new online oral-history

Beyond Numbers: The Brutality of the Korean War

By Ji-Yeon Yuh In collaboration with the Korea Policy Institute, Legacies of the Korean War, an online oral-history project that documents the stories of Korean

Urgent Need for Diplomacy in Korea

August 21, 2015 Dear President Obama: We at the Korea Policy Institute urge you to act swiftly to seek a peaceful resolution to current hostilities

Knives Are Out for Those Who Challenge Militarization of the Korean Peninsula

By Ann Wright | July 22, 2015 Originally published in Truthout | Op-Ed When we began our project “Women Cross the DMZ,” we knew the