United States Blocks Inter-Korean Railway Project

By Zoom In Korea, Popular Resistance. -

The UN Command, headed by the United States, refused to allow a South Korean train to travel to North Korea for a joint North-South inspection of railway conditions for the planned [...]

South Korea’s Moon Steers Toward Unity While Wind From Washington Blows In His Face

By Elliott Gabriel, Mintpress News. -

Seoul, South Korea - South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in marked the anniversary of Korea’s independence from Japanese colonialism with a robust call for the economic integration of North and [...]

On 65th Anniversary Of Korean Truce, Activists Criticize US For Delaying Real Peace

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance -

South Korean peace and justice activists have been writing to us complaining that the United States is not responding to the positive steps being taken by North Korea before and after the meeting [...]

Towards Ending The 65 Years Of Armistice: Understanding The Process For Peace In Korea

By Gregory Elich, Zoominkorea.org -

July 27, 2018 marks the 65th anniversary of the Armistice Agreement which brought about a ceasefire to the Korean War. The agreement was signed by North Korean General Nam Il representing both [...]

How ‘Deep State’ Stopped A US President From Withdrawing US Troops From Korea

By Franz-Stefan Gady, Thediplomat.com -

With U.S. President Donald Trump once more touting his desire to withdraw the 28,500 U.S. troops currently stationed in South Korea, it is perhaps worthwhile briefly examining the last time an [...]

Koreans Want Peace But Will US Stick To Trumps Pledges

By Joe Bernick, Peoplesworld.org -

So Donald Trump and his hawkish right-wing advisors meet with North Korean leaders, and some Democrats and liberals are criticizing what appear to be steps towards peace. What gives? Why is this [...]

Agreement Reached Between North Korea And United States, Meaning?

By Emanuel Pastreich, Koreatimes.co.kr -

Perhaps you watched the forced smiles on the faces of President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as they exchanged words with Kim Yong-chol, vice-chairman of the Central Committee [...]

Toward A Truly Indigenous Peace In The Korean Peninsula

By Simone Chun, Commondreams.org -

It’s time that American politicians, both Democratic and Republicans, give Koreans a chance to shape their own destiny. Last month, I took part in an international women’s peace delegation to [...]

Imperialism Had A Tough Week

By Vijay Prashad, TriContinental.org. -

Just when you think things are far too bleak, the human spirit rises to surprise you. In Brazil, the truckers went on an extended strike. They are angry about the fuel prices. It has made it [...]

The Korean Massacre The U.S. Needs To Apologize For

By Geoffrey Fattig, Fpif.org -

Singapore has been chosen to host the unlikely summit between U.S. president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in early June. The choice for the summit venue went against [...]

Riot Police Force Dispersal Of Anti-THAAD Protest Days Before North-South Summit

By Staff, Zoominkorea.org -

It has been nearly one year since the United States Forces Korea and the South Korean Defense Ministry first forced in key parts of the THAAD missile system using brute force against the [...]

What Does ‘Denuclearization’ Mean In The Negotiations For An End To The Korean War?

By Dave Lindorff, Counterpunch.org -

Media news reports and commentary as well as political statements coming out of Washington on the surprising blossoming of peace talks between North and South Korea tend to focus on the question [...]

Historic Opportunity For Peace On Korean Peninsula

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG -

The meeting between President Moon Jae-in of South Korea and Chairman Kim Jong Un of North Korea resulted in an agreement to end the Korean War and work toward unity. Their declaration was a [...]

Korean Peninsula In Historic Peace Talks – Thanks To Activists, Not Trump

By Ben Norton, Therealnews.com -

It's the Real News. I'm Ben Norton. After six decades of conflict, it looks like the war on the Korean peninsula may finally be coming to an end. Since the early 1950s, South and North Korea have [...]

South Korea, Straying Off The Leash?

By Ramsay Liem, Counterpunch.org -

Never before has North Korea loomed so large in the U.S. imagination.  No longer just a problem “over there,” North Korea has emerged as a much more immediate threat, one with the power to [...]

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