Tagged: South Korea
South Korea is cutting-edge in so many ways, except its foreign policy.
The Army denies a story about the use of Special Forces in North Korea. But a great deal lies behind this slip of the lip.
Two new films introduce the world's premier experts on militarism (hint: you won't meet them in Washington).
Iraq is showing leading neoconservatives the limits of America's influence in a country it laid to waste.
With cheap imports woven tightly into U.S. manufacturing and retail, corporations have a lot at stake.
The resumption of contact between Washington and Pyongyang will not likely yield immediate results, but the United States can still take certain steps to improve relations now.
The South Korean government used the National Security Law to suppress dissent in Jeju in 1948 and again today.
All eyes are on North Korea after Kim Jong Il's death. But the real changes are taking place in the South.
South Korean parliamentarian Kim Geun-Tae was a soft-spoken man dedicated to reunification of the Koreas.
South Korea is on the verge of political change, and the anti-base movement in Jeju is a key part of the shift.