North Korea

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

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

Honoring Otto Warmbier

By John Feffer | july 7, 2017 Originally published in The Hankyoreh. North Korea is not a tourist destination that I generally recommend for Americans.

North Korea’s Fast Track Missile Development: How Far It’s Come and Why it Has the U.S. on Edge

By Gregory Elich | July 7, 2017 Originally published in Zoom in Korea and Counterpunch.org   Since Donald Trump became president, North Korea has conducted

As US and North Korea Escalate Tensions, Saner Voices Call for ‘Engagement and Dialogue’

By Andrea Germanos | July 7, 2017 Originally published in Common Dreams. As tensions continue to rise following Pyongyang’s testing of an intercontinental ballistic missile

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

The Need For A New US Foreign Policy Towards North Korea

By Martin Hart-Landsberg | June 4, ,2017 Originally published in Reports from the Economic Front   US-North Korean relations remain very tense, although the threat

The Korean Peninsula: Ground Zero for Armageddon?

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

KPI Board member Martin Hart-Landsberg on US Provocation of North Korea

Martin Hart-Landsberg, KPI Board member and Professor Emeritus of Economics at Lewis and Clark College, spoke on May 8th with Laurie Mercier of KBOO radio

A Murderous History of Korea

By Bruce Cumings | May 12, 2017 Originally published in the London Review of Books More than four decades ago I went to lunch with