South Korea

Interview with Jill Stein, Green Party, USA

By Paul Liem, August 26, 2017 | October 12, 2017 This is the fourth in a series of interviews with the five member U.S. Solidarity

Honoring the Candlelight Revolution in a Time of Looming War in Korea

Jang Jinsook | September 17, 2017 Jang Jinsook, Director of Planning of the Minjung Party of South Korea, presented the following two-part speech at the

The Gwangju Uprising and North Korea: What We Can Learn From Declassified Documents

By Tim Shorrock | October 10, 2017 Originally published in 38North. Recently declassified information on the responses of the South Korean and US governments to

Is Trump Following a ‘Japan First’ Policy Against Kim Jong-un?

By Tim Shorrock | September 29, 2017 Published originally in The Nation.com In a speech that will long be remembered for its ugly belligerence, President

THAAD SHOULD GO AND PEACE SHALL COME – Jo Young Sam

By Jo Young Sam |  September 24, 2017 Korea peace and reunification activist, and ardent supporter of President Moon Jae In,  Jo Young Sam died

A Veteran for Peace in Korea: Will Griffin

By Paul Liem | Interviewed on August 20, 2017 | September 20, 2017 This is the third in a series of interviews with the five

How the U.S. Makes South Korea’s Life More Difficult

By Geoffrey Fattig | September 14, 2017 Originally published in Foreign Policy in Focus   Despite campaigning for the presidency with a pledge to “say

A Korean Tragedy: Update

By Tim Beal | September 5, 2017 Update to Korean Tragedy UPDATE Since this article was published on 15 August (by a cruel irony the

Interview with Reece Chenault, U.S. Labor Against the War

By Paul Liem | September 9, 2017 This is the second in a series of interviews with the five-member U.S. Solidarity Peace Delegation to South Korea

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