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What Do the PyeongChang Games Mean for South Korea?
Professor Heejoon Chung discusses the ongoing costs of the Olympics, North-South diplomacy, and Los Angeles 2028.
February 14, 2018
Mike Pence and Japanese Leader Shinzo Abe Rain on South Korea’s Olympics Parade
But the pressure could backfire, a former Japanese prime minister tells
February 13, 2018
The Olympics Land on South Korea, Destroying Acres of Sacred Forests
What are we to make of the 2018 Winter Olympics?
February 6, 2018
Pentagon Readies the ‘Father of All Bombs’ for Use Against North Korea
Is the Trump administration inching closer to war?
Michael T. Klare
February 1, 2018
The Winter Olympics Offers a Glimpse of Peace for Korea
But will it last—and can it rein in Trump’s dangerous saber rattling?
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January 16, 2018
Women’s Peace Groups in Vancouver Press for Korea Negotiations
A US-proposed naval blockade “is not diplomacy,” they tell UN member states.
January 10, 2018
South and North Korea Hold Talks; US War Hawks Are Alarmed at the Prospect of Peace
Underpinning such thinking is the assumption that neither Seoul nor Pyongyang has the right to make peace on its own terms.
January 2, 2018
Was Your Smartphone Built in a Sweatshop?
An investigation of two Samsung factories in Vietnam shows the darker side of the global tech supply chain.
December 12, 2017
Amid the Clamor for War in Korea, Here Are Two Voices for Peace
A former Pentagon chief and a “dialogue practitioner” push for engagement.
November 7, 2017
Koreans Protest Trump as the US Congress Tries to Restrain Him
“No to Trump, No to War” is the slogan of the day.