North Korea

Pentagon in Rehearsal for Invasion as White House Considers Military Action against North Korea

  Pentagon Leads Over 300,000 Troops in a Rehearsal for an Invasion One Week after the White House Announces It’s Considering Military Action against North Korea

Selig Harrison – A Road Less Traveled

North Korea’s nuclear weapons and missile programs have hovered over successive U.S. administrations since the mid-1990s, becoming a palpable “threat” during the Obama administration and

Hillary’s Hawks Are Threatening Escalation Against North Korea

By Tim Shorrock |  November 1, 2016 Originally published in the Nation.com   Over the past two weeks, South Korea has been obsessed with a

Rooting Out the North Korean Nuclear Crisis: The Past and Present U.S. Role

By Paul Liem and Christine Hong |  September 15, 2016 Copublished in Counterpunch. North Korea’s nuclear test of September 9, 2016, the fifth and largest

Half Full or Half Empty? North Korea after the 7th Party Congress

JJ Suh  | August 11, 2016 Originally published in Asia-Pacific Journal Is the glass half full or half empty? Although this question is held up

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

KPI Advisor Bruce Cumings on the North Korean ruling party congress

May 14, 2016:  Historian and Korea Policy Institute advisor Bruce Cumings spoke on WBEZ’s Worldview about the significance of the recent  North Korean Worker’s Party

The US in Korea:
Lessons Lost, Lessons Learned

By Jon Letman | May 16, 2016 Originally published on Truthout.org With the American public’s limited attention span for international affairs tied up by fears

Looking in the right direction: Establishing a framework for analyzing the situation on the Korean Peninsula (and much more besides)

By Tim Beal | April 23, 2016 Paper prepared for KPI March 2016 webinar on “The Crisis in Korea” Hysteria, hypocrisy and self-harm amongst a

Chomsky on Korea, U.S. Foreign Policy, Sanders and Clinton

    By Simone Chun | March 6, 2016 Originally published on Tim Shorrock’s blog Money Doesn’t Talk, It Swears Noam Chomsky has long had