Race, Militarism and the US Scheme to Control the Pacific

Review: A Violent Peace: Race, U.S. Militarism, and Cultures of Democratization in Cold War Asia and the Pacific, by Christine Hong. Redwood City: Stanford University Press, 2020, pp 300.

Originally published at Counterpunch

 

War or Peace? Trump Accepts DPRK’s Invitation to Meet…Maybe?

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Interview with Hyun Lee, Tim Beal, Christine Hong, and Gregory Elich

Trump yesterday agreed to talks with Democratic People’s Republic of Korea leader Kim Jog-Un. This comes quickly after DPRK announced early    this week that they’re willing to freeze their nuclear program for talks with the US.

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Crisis in Korea – Twenty Years in the Making

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“Bomb North Korea before it’s too late” was the title of a recent New York Times op-ed.  As the drumbeat of war crescendos on the Korean peninsula, we bring together leading experts and activists to discuss what’s really happening – from the failure of the past twenty years of denuclearization talks, to the deleterious impact of decades of sanctions on the people of North Korea.

On WBAI Asia-Pacific Forum – Hyun Lee, with Christine Hong, Tim Shorrock, and Gregory Elich

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