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South Korea news and analysis from The Nation
January 23, 2019
US-North Korea Talks Are Moving Decisively to the Diplomatic Phase
Despite the progress, pundits and leading Democrats still complain.
January 9, 2019
The Fight to End South Korea’s ‘Blood-Stained’ National-Security Act
As Seoul and Pyongyang inch toward peace, an alleged North Korean spy goes on trial.
Max S. Kim
December 6, 2018
After More Than 6 Decades, It’s Time to End the Korean War
A joint statement of US civil-society groups in support of the current peace process in Korea.
Korea Peace Network
Peace Treaty Now Network
November 16, 2018
How ‘The New York Times’ Deceived the Public on North Korea
Stretching the findings of a think-tank report on Pyongyang’s missile bases is a reminder of the paper’s role in the lead-up to the Iraq War.
October 19, 2018
Washington’s Ire Shifts From Kim Jong-un to Moon Jae-in
Trump infuriated and insulted South Koreans when he said “they do nothing without our approval.”
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September 20, 2018
Moon and Kim Stage an Exuberant Summit in Pyongyang
Bold proposals on demilitarization break the logjam with Washington.
September 11, 2018
Moon and Kim Try to Keep the Korea Peace Train on Course
But growing splits between Washington and the two Koreas threaten progress.
July 27, 2018
An Audacious Proposal for a US–North Korean Alliance
Five analysts propose remaking the 1953 armistice to provide security guarantees to Kim Jong-un.
July 3, 2018
Despite Anonymous Carping, US–North Korea Talks Continue
Opponents of talks are using a DIA assessment to undercut the Singapore summit.
June 13, 2018
Trump Meets Kim, Averting Threat of Nuclear War—and US Pundits Are Furious
The media response, from both liberals and conservatives, betrays a cynical disregard for South Korea.