Moon Jae-in

How the U.S. Makes South Korea’s Life More Difficult

By Geoffrey Fattig | September 14, 2017 Originally published in Foreign Policy in Focus   Despite campaigning for the presidency with a pledge to “say

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

A Korean Tragedy

By Tim Beal | September 5, 2017 updated Originally published in the Asia Pacific Journal Observing Moon Jae-in win the election on 7 May, take

Peace Delegation Report Back#1: Medea Benjamin of CODEPINK

By Paul Liem | September 3, 2017   This is the first in a series of interviews with the five member U.S. Solidarity Peace Delegation to

Cataclysmic Risks of North Korean Crisis

By Dennis J Bernstein | August 18, 2017 Originally published in Consortiumnews.com Many Asia experts are concerned that the war of words between President Trump

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

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

Americans and South Koreans Want Peace. Will Trump Listen?

By Christine Ahn | July 6, 2017 Originally published in Foreign Policy in Focus and Common Dreams   As the newly elected South Korean President

South Korean President Moon Jae-in Prepares for a Difficult Meeting With Trump

By Tim Shorrock | June 30, 2017 Originally published in the Nation.com South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who swept to power in May elections after

South Korea’s New President Says His Election Completes the ‘Candlelight Revolution’

By Tim Shorrock | May 12, 2017 Originally published in The Nation Gwangju—Moon Jae-in, a human rights and labor lawyer who came of age protesting