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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

Why the U.S. Media Gets North Korea Wrong

By Mike Chinoy | September 3, 2017 Originally published in The Cipher Brief   Amid continuing tension with North Korea- underscored by the firing on

Open Letter to President Trump: Start Bilateral Negotiations Now

Dear President Trump: 트럼프대통령님,   We at the Korea Policy Institute, aghast at the prospect of war in Korea, in the region, and reaching possibly

The Only Sensible Way Out of the North Korea Crisis

By Tim Shorrock | August 27, 2017 Originally published in The Nation. On August 14, the Korean Central News Agency issued a surprising statement from

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

In Guam, the Gravest Threat Isn’t North Korea — It’s the United States

  By Leilani Ganser | August 13, 2017 This article was originally published jointly by Foreign Policy In Focus and In These Times.   This

The United States Military Has Been Destroying Guam for Decades

By Carlos Ballesteros | August 13, 2017 Originally published on JournoPortfolio.   The prospect of war between the United States and North Korea has increased

China Is Not the Answer to North Korea

By Tim Shorrock | August 3, 2017 Originally published in Lobelog Foreign Policy.   From President Trump to Capitol Hill, there is only way short

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