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The Great Perpetual Propaganda War

Moon should offer the U.S. $2.5 Trillion

President Moon should take the initiative and make an offer President Trump can’t refuse. He should offer not $5 billion but $2.5 trillion. In exchange, President Moon would ask the U.S. to agree to a New Comprehensive Peace Regime.

Should President Moon Meet the Warmbiers?

Many anti-North Korea human rights activists criticize President Moon Jae-in for not meeting the parents of Otto Warmbier, a 22 year old university student,...

Koreans don’t get it either

Koreans balk at spending $5 billion to house US troops, but don't seem to get the potential for a nuclear war with North Korea, the factors which contribute to the un-ended Perpetual Korean War, or falling ever deeper into a US led alliance against its close neighbor, China.

Did the Democrats Sabotage Trump?

Here is an interesting coincidence. It is widely known that the US Democratic Party is against most things the US Republican President Donald Trump...

Choi Son Hui’s Remarks on the Failed Summit

In an unprecedented press briefing held February 28th (Hanoi time), North Korean special nuclear negotiator and Vice-Foreign Minister Choi Son Hui (beginning at minute...

How North Korea can Overcome the Current Impass

Since the Singapore Summit, US officials have consistently suggested that the Sentosa Agreement was all about North Korea agreeing to denuclearize unilaterally and that...

Poor international track record

In "One big reason North Korea is not too eager to denuclearise" (Al Jazeera, October 13, 2018), Alexander Gillespie, a professor of international law at...

The State of Play in Sino-DPRK Relations

Bottom line: China invited Kim because it wants to be part of any peace negotiations. They don't want war in Korea but for North...

Harvesting the PyeongChang Peace Initiative

After the tumult of 2017 that threatened war between the U.S. and North Korea, the PyeongChang Peace Initiative bloomed in the spring of 2018...

Human Rights-Humanitarian Divide

Excellent piece by Eric Weingartner published by 38 North ("Reconciling the Human Factor: Understanding the North Korean Human Rights/Humanitarian Divide", 5/2013) on the divide between...

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