South Korea

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

Americans and South Koreans Want Peace. Will Trump Listen?

By Christine Ahn | July 6, 2017 Originally published in Foreign Policy in Focus and Common Dreams   As the newly elected South Korean President

South Korea’s New President Says His Election Completes the ‘Candlelight Revolution’

By Tim Shorrock | May 12, 2017 Originally published in The Nation Gwangju—Moon Jae-in, a human rights and labor lawyer who came of age protesting

The Movement That Ousted Park Geun-hye Must Continue

By Hyun Lee |  May 8, 2017 Originally published in Zoom in Korea The Movement That Ousted Park Geun-hye Must Continue War threats before a

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

The Struggle for Worker’s Rights in South Korea

Wednesday April 19, 2017, 7:00 – 9:30 PM University Lutheran Chapel, 2425 College Ave., Berkeley, CA Featuring Labor Activist Jinsook Kim, and Screening of Island

2017 U.S. Speaking Tour against THAAD deployment in Korea

On April 4, the U.S.-based Task Force to Stop THAAD in Korea and Militarism in Asia and the Pacific , which the Korea Policy Institute

A Candlelight Revolution

By the International Strategy Center| January 2017   Sitting in Gwanghwamun square, the screen rapidly dialed up to 10,000,000 as it added up the number

The U.S. Military’s Role in Asia in the Age of Trump

By Tim Shorrock  |  December 13, 2016 Originally published in Tomdispatch.com Despite the attention being given to America’s roiling wars and conflicts in the Greater

DOWN WITH THE PRESIDENT!

A special report by the World Current Report Published by the International Strategy Center | November 2016 In an historic victory for the people the