North Korea

Stranger than Fiction: The Interview and
U.S. Regime-Change Policy Toward North Korea

By Christine Hong | December 28, 2014 Originally published in the Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus “And if it does start a war, hopefully people will

Fact Not Fiction: The Unending Korean War

By Christine Ahn and Suzy Kim | December 24, 2014 Copyright, Reprinted with permission The fact that the Korean War ended with a temporary

Alleged North Korean Cyber-attack and
“The Interview”

KPI | December 22, 2014 Recently, KPI Board Member Christine Hong and KPI Advisory Board members Christine Ahn and Tim Shorrock spoke on the issues

Remembering a War Within the Korean War

By John R. Eperjesi* | December 22, 2014 [Originally published in the Huffington Post, December 10, 2014] In Paul Yoon’s new novel Snow Hunters (2013),

DPRK Human Rights Briefing at U.N. Challenges U.S. Unending War Strategy

By Ronda Hauben* | November 4, 2014 [Originally published in taz.blogs, October 14, 2014] The briefing held at the United Nations by the Democratic People’s

Human Rights: When North Korea Speaks,
Part 1

Editors note: Human rights have all too often served less as a neutral vocabulary to describe North Korea’s conditions than as an instrument of power

A Report from the Field: Defending One Korea
at the U20 Women’s World Cup

By Hyun Lee and Betsy Yoon | August 22, 2014 On a Tuesday in early August, North Korea’s women’s soccer team defeated Finland 2 to

Reframing North Korean Human Rights
– a thematic issue of Critical Asian Studies

“Reframing North Korean Human Rights” – a thematic issue of Critical Asian Studies (45-4:2013 and 46-1:2014) in two installments was co-edited by Christine Hong,  Korea

KPI Board member Christine Hong and the Seth Rogan film “The Interview”

KPI Board member Christine Hong speaks on the CBC Radio show “The Current” about the new Seth Rogan film “The Interview”, about an assassination attempt

Breathless in North Korea

By Christine Ahn* | April 13, 2014 [Originally published in Foreign Policy In Focus, April 1, 2014] For 60 years, Koreans on both sides of