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A Year Ago, I Crossed the DMZ in Korea. Here’s Why.

By Christine Ahn | May 26, 2016 Originally published by Foreign Policy in Focus One year ago, I led a group of 30 women from

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

The Unforgotten War

By Elaine Kim | October 17, 2015 Co-published with Legacies of the Korean War This essay is the fifth in a series of articles that

Korean Americans Are Reclaiming Their History Through Culture

  By Ramsay Liem and Christine Hong | October 30, 2015 Co-published with Foreign Policy in Focus and Legacies of the Korean War. Legacies of

The Korean War, Anticommunism, and the Korean American Community

By Namhee Lee | October 13, 2015 | [1] In collaboration with the Korea Policy Institute, Legacies of the Korean War, an online oral-history project

On the Importance of Survivor Testimony to Korean War History

By Kim Dong-Choon In collaboration with the Korea Policy Institute, Legacies of the Korean War, an online oral-history project that documents the stories of Korean

Silenced No More: Korean Americans Remember the “Forgotten War”

By Ramsay Liem |  October 2015 This article was published by both Korea Policy Institute and Legacies of the Korean War, an new online oral-history

Urgent Need for Diplomacy in Korea

August 21, 2015 Dear President Obama: We at the Korea Policy Institute urge you to act swiftly to seek a peaceful resolution to current hostilities

Knives Are Out for Those Who Challenge Militarization of the Korean Peninsula

By Ann Wright | July 22, 2015 Originally published in Truthout | Op-Ed When we began our project “Women Cross the DMZ,” we knew the

Opinion: Continuing the Centennial Work of Women and Citizen Diplomacy in Korea

  By Christine Ahn | May 4, 2015 [Originally published by IPS, NEW YORK, April 28, 2015] Christine Ahn is the International Coordinator of Women