North Korea

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

A Path Forward on North Korea

Mainstream U.S. media depicts North Korean Kim Jong-Un as crazy and his country as an insane asylum, but there is logic in their fear of

North Korean, South Korean, and Global Women Call on Trump Administration to Engage in Diplomacy

As tensions have risen between the U.S. and North Korea, answering a call from WomenCrossDMZ, hundreds of women from forty countries, including both North and

The Long, Dirty History of U.S. Warmongering against North Korea

By Christine Hong |  April 25, 2017 Originally published in The Progressive As the latest North Korea crisis unfolded, and Donald Trump swapped campaign plowshares

KPI Board member Christine Hong on potential Korean conflict

Prof. Christine Hong of UCSC, and KPI board member, spoke on the increasing possibility of conflict between the U.S. and North Korea – and the

After Surprise Visit to DMZ, Pence Tells North Korea ‘All Options Are on the Table’

By Nika Knight | April 22, 2017 Originally published in Common Dreams Seemingly unabashed after North Korea’s warning last week of an imminent “thermonuclear war,”

In South Korea, War Hysteria Is Seen as an American Problem

Tim Shorrock | April 17, 2017 Originally published in the Nation.com Gwangju, South Korea—When I arrived at Incheon International Airport near Seoul on April 2