The United States Is Driving a Wedge Between the Two Koreas

Janine Jackson, FAIR | March 3, 2018 Originally published in FAIR and Truthout. Transcription of interview with Prof. Christine Hong of the Korea Policy Institute.

The Winter Olympics Offers a Glimpse of Peace for Korea

By Tim Shorrock | February 1, 2018 Originally published in The Nation   On February 9, in a scenario that would have been unimaginable to

North Korea in the Age of Trump

Panel presentation | UCLA Center for Korean Studies | January 23, 2018 On January 23rd, as part of the Korean Studies Symposium at UCLA, Korea

North and South Korea Talk, but Is Trump in the Way?

  Interview with Tim Shorrock by Aaron Maté |  January 5, 2018 From the  See the interview.   AARON MATÉ: It’s The Real News,

North and South Korean Leaders Agree to Direct Negotiations as Trump Provokes Kim Jong-un on Twitter

Interview with Bruce Cumings By Amy Goodman and Nermeen Shaikh, Democracy Now!  | January 4, 2018 Originally published in Truthout. Org See the Interview TRANSCRIPT

The Clown and the Rock

Trump’s incompetence and posturing threaten US credibility, with potentially dire consequences. By Tim Beal | December 21, 2017 “Back home, we have a saying: The

Media Complicity Increases The Possibility Of A New Korean War

By Martin Hart-Landsberg | December 3, 2017 Tensions between the US and North Korea are again rising in the wake of North Korea’s November 28th

Rising U.S.-North Korea Tensions

RT Deutsch Interview with Gregory Elich |November 30, 2017 Published originally on RT Deutsch and   Q: President Donald Trump put North Korea back on

LEARN TO LOVE THE BOMB Trump’s Strangelovian Nuclear Presidency

By Christine Hong | November 12, 2017 Originally published by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung – NY Office  In recent months, the American public has engaged

The United States and North Korea Are Edging Into Increasingly Dangerous Territory

By Tim Shorrock | October 29, 2017 Originally published in The “There’s battle lines being drawn,” Stephen Stills sang in the 1960s about the