Posts Tagged: Korea
When it comes to foreign policy, significant transformation is as unlikely in Washington as it is in Pyongyang.
On July 27, 2011 scholars from the Institute for Policy Studies, South Korea, and the Washington Peace Center will hold a special discussion on the status of the Korean War Armistice and why a peace treaty to end the Korean War matters today in the context of the current military issues facing East Asia and the overall need for peacebuilding in this region.
In Mun Dok-su's epic poem, a postman travels through the history of war to deliver an important message to humanity.
New U.S. documents reveal Washington's complicity with dictators around the Kwangju uprising of 1980 in South Korea.
Coming up with the proper response to North Korea's recent actions requires a careful assessment of Pyongyang motivations and regional geopolitics.
The U.S. rationale for skipping the cluster bomb negotiations is truly off the wall.
New leaders in Australia and South Korea could mean a shift in geopolitical weight in Asia.
The Pentagon is restructuring its bases in South Korea. Welcome to the future of the U.S. global military presence.
Violence against women, violation of local autonomy, and contamination of the environment are all part of the U.S. military footprint in Asia.
Villagers are resisting Korean steelmaker POSCO's project in India and hundreds of them are prepared to die rather than move.