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Japan's Hawks Rising

(International/Peace News)
... - Le Monde diplomatique[Republished at PEJ News with Agence Global permission]North Korea?s first nuclear test on 9 October was not the only recent shock in northeast Asia. The region had been just as ...
Monday, 13 November 2006
Democrats Can Be Neocons, Too

(International/Justice News)
... you face threats like Iran or North Korea by outsourcing it to others and standing on the sidelines." Sen. Evan Bayh of Indiana is another leading Democrat who wants a more hawkish stance towards Iran. ...
Saturday, 11 November 2006
Blue or Red, Palestine Will Bleed Yet

(International/Justice News)
... I said with North Korea, you have to keep your eye on the target.? Even DNC chair hopeful Howard Dean, allegedly the liberal arm of the Democratic Party, concurs Bush has not been tough enough on Iran. ...
Wednesday, 08 November 2006
Dr. Strange Whore

(International/Justice News)
... to supply nuclear weapons to the whole world? The two acts are at this time inseparable.   Canada is not in the process of selling nuclear reactors to South Korea and Argentina, both of which ...
Sunday, 05 November 2006
... but we are led to believe that such reasons are subordinate. Take for example North Korea where we are told that Kim Sung II, the president of the DPRK wants nuclear weapons because he wants to ?take over? ...
Thursday, 02 November 2006
... the "axis of evil" category along with Iranand North Korea, and that heightens the risk oftrouble ahead. The Chavez government knows something is afoot and istaking preventive action by having Venezuelanprosecutors ...
Wednesday, 01 November 2006
... its ?lost decade? and South Korea overcame its 1997 economic crisis.  Likewise the increase in demand drove up oil prices adding revenues and liquidity to oil producing states in the Middle East, ...
Wednesday, 01 November 2006
The U.N. and Death of Internationalism

(International/Justice News)
... Treaty was created, which declares that only Security Council members shall have access to nuclear weapons.  This treaty, which has been ignored by India, Pakistan, Israel, and North Korea, is being ...
Saturday, 28 October 2006
... may not be as easy to pull off as as the one in the former Yugoslavia or in the simple north - south divisions of Korea and Vietnam after WW II. What's happening today in Iraq and Palestine is so outrageous ...
Thursday, 26 October 2006
Hunting Hugo

(International/Justice News)
... a 32-year Central Intelligence Agency veteran, to head up a special task force for gathering intelligence on Venezuela and Cuba. The only other similar posts are for North Korea and Iran, members of the ...
Wednesday, 25 October 2006
... either the Korean or Vietnam Wars, and over three times the dead of atomized Hiroshima. And let's keep in mind that any of these figures are purely provisional, since George Bush has over two years ...
Tuesday, 24 October 2006
The Way the World Ends

(International/Justice News)
The Way the World EndsWith all the hype about North Korea, we're forgetting that the world is still staring down the barrels of thousands of U.S. and Russian ICBMsHelen Caldicott ~ Most towns and cities ...
Sunday, 22 October 2006
Thai Coup In Hot Soup

(International/Justice News)
... can learn a lot from the South Korean struggle against authoritarian rule over the past three decades in this regard.  However anything ?left? is still a sensitive subject in Thailand, which has a ...
Thursday, 19 October 2006
Nuke Schmook: Jingo Bells Keep Ringing

(International/Peace News)
... or threats against ally Pakistan for the nuclear-development aid it gave to North Korea a few years ago, and Washington has been busy this year enhancing the nuclear arsenal of India, events which the ...
Thursday, 19 October 2006
Ending the Nuclear Menace

(International/Peace News)
Ending the Nuclear MenaceAtlantic Free Press - Mickey Z. - Thanks to the nuclear aspirations of North Korea and Iran, there's no shortage of rhetoric along these lines: "We can't let rogue nations ...
Monday, 16 October 2006
... the context of wars the United States has fought since 1945. The Korean War and the first Gulf War ended at the starting line. Neither side really won. The most important war for the United States -- in ...
Sunday, 15 October 2006
Sane Solutions in Iran

(International/Peace News)
... fortune this week to be in Texas while following two major global developments -- the world?s major powers returning the Iran nuclear file to the UN Security Council and scampering to contain North Korea's ...
Sunday, 15 October 2006
The Koreas: Ascending and Descending StairwaysAG - Patrick Seale - By a strange twist of fate, the two Koreas -- North and South -- have suddenly grabbed the international headlines. The crisis over North ...
Sunday, 15 October 2006
... are those nukes in North Korea: major bummer. As opposed to all this boring, depressing, major bummer stuff, sex is fun! Scandal is exciting. Like the soaps on TV or the porn on the Internet, only even ...
Saturday, 14 October 2006
... for drones to exploit. Hey, maybe Burma is ready for an "economic miracle?" Or North Korea? We could trade their nuke program for Wal-Mart sweatshops and Goodyear plantations, give a nice slice to Kim ...
Friday, 13 October 2006
... to attack any nation that actually possesses dangerous weapons.  This is why North Korea has developed nuclear weapons and why Iran wants to: they'd prefer not to be attacked.  Iraq was attacked ...
Friday, 13 October 2006
North Korea's Leader Is Cagey, Not Crazy

(International/Justice News)
 North Korea's Leader Is Cagey, Not CrazyGwynne Dyer ~ Now that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il has got our attention, what are we going to do about him? North Korea's nuclear weapon test ...
Friday, 13 October 2006
... Iran "is a threat unlike anything we have seen before. It's beyond politics" -- apparently worse than the nuclear states of North Korea and Pakistan, the latter a military dictatorship and friend of ...
Thursday, 12 October 2006
Cold War Redux: Nuclear Shocks

(International/Earth News)
Cold War Redux: Nuclear ShocksThe Nation - Jonathan Schell - The reported North Korean nuclear test, occurring in an underground shaft in a place called Kilju, was pretty much on the opposite side of the ...
Wednesday, 11 October 2006
Who Armed Kim? You and George

(International/Justice News)
Who Armed Kim? You and GeorgeWorking for Change - Greg Palast - How did a berserker like North Korea's Kim John Il get the bomb in the first place? Answer: He bought it from the Dr. Strangelove of ...
Wednesday, 11 October 2006
The North and South of the Two Koreas

(International/Peace News)
The North and South of the Two KoreasLe Monde diplomatique - Ignacio Ramonet - There had been a progression of warming relations between North and South Korea when the U.S. Treasury adopted financial measures ...
Tuesday, 10 October 2006
... Evil.? They were Iraq, now occupied; North Korea, which, because it has nuclear weapons, is untouchable; and Iran.  Those who do not take this apocalyptic rhetoric seriously have ignored the twisted ...
Monday, 09 October 2006
... Citing growing tensions in Korea, or a possible conflict between China and Taiwan, he warns, should "the other shoe drop" the military will be unable to react.Speaking to the Rocky Mountain News before ...
Friday, 06 October 2006
What Do Terrorists Want?

(International/Justice News)
... so-called "Axis of Evil" -- Iran and North Korea -- than at any moment since 9/11. As to soft power, no one outside the United States takes seriously any more President Bush's claims that America does ...
Wednesday, 04 October 2006
... Korea, Iraq and Iran.     As early as January 2000, Rice was trying to sell a war with Iraq. It was then that she wrote an article for Foreign Affairs magazine titled "Campaign 2000 - Promoting ...
Friday, 29 September 2006
Bush and Islam: Words versus Deeds

(International/Justice News)
... or Islamist and Islamic radicals, etc.His September 19 speech was almost exclusively confined to the Middle East, an overwhelmingly Muslim region. The absence of even a reference to the North Korean pillar ...
Friday, 29 September 2006
Tomgram: Iraq at the Gates of Hell

(International/Justice News)
... invasion of 2003. Compare these figures to journalistic deaths in other American wars: World War II (68), Korea (17), Vietnam (71). How many U.S. troops are in Iraq today? Approximately 147,000, according ...
Thursday, 28 September 2006
Afghanistan: The Other Lost War

(International/Justice News)
... for more attacks.  He said: "This sort of thing hasn't really happened so consistently, I don't think, since the Korean War or the Second World War.  It happened for periods in the Falklands, ...
Thursday, 28 September 2006
... hundreds of dissidents ran against the party for the first time. The threat of a split from the SACP and Cosatu is never far away, and Mbeki is trying to dispel it by praising Singaporean and South Korean ...
Sunday, 24 September 2006
... Korean Mission to the United Nations where we were plied with a meal of amazing and delicious Korean cuisine followed by an interminable and utterly boring (to my jaded, Western eyes) video that attempted ...
Saturday, 23 September 2006
... , Boykin showed slides of Osama bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and North Korea's Kim Jong Il, and asked, "Why do they hate us? The answer is because we're a Christian nation. We are hated because we ...
Sunday, 17 September 2006
Non-Aligned Nations Declare!

(International/Justice News)
... nations that includes such U.S. critics as Cuba, North Korea, Venezuela and Algeria. But the group also includes Malaysia, India, Pakistan, Chile, Peru and Colombia, countries that are seen as friendly ...
Sunday, 17 September 2006
... fortresses. Instead, the Brits have run into full-blown combat ? the "most intensive fighting the UK military has seen since the Korean War," said one commander ? with the resurgent Taliban. They have ...
Friday, 15 September 2006
... and win. Now the Taliban is on the rise in that country. Al Qaeda continues to find sanctuary in the mountains. Violence is on the rise, and peace and stability are in jeopardy. North Korea, probably reacting ...
Thursday, 14 September 2006
Khatami Comes to Harvard

(International/Justice News)
... (The axis of evil has now lost its Iraqi and North Korean members and, in a political tribute to the primacy of momentum and energy over mass, spun itself into a quartet.) The Khatami visa is the third ...
Tuesday, 12 September 2006
... 'It's specifically focused on these new types of threats -- Iran, North Korea -- proliferation and potentially terrorists too,' he said. 'There's nothing that says that they can't ...
Monday, 11 September 2006
... year after 9/11, required the interviewing and fingerprinting of more than 170,000 men from twenty-four Muslim-majority countries (and North Korea). Special Registration initiated deportation proceedings ...
Friday, 08 September 2006
Nukes and Double Standards

(International/Justice News)
... it may well be, given the advantage that has conferred on fellow "axis of evil" member North Korea). And particularly when the new object of US firepower is a country that has three times the population ...
Monday, 28 August 2006
Putting Words in Ahmadinejad's Mouth

(International/Justice News)
... that the supposed "intelligence" is patchy and inadequate. The Bush administration's casual neglect of North Korea's nuclear program indicates that nuclear weapons are not, in fact, the issue here. ...
Monday, 28 August 2006
The Great Liquid Hoax Bombs

(International/Justice News)
... -- including kamikaze suicide pilots, defying Chinese and Korean protests. Millions of US citizens and politicians pay homage to the war heroes in Arlington cemetery each year, some of whom deliberately ...
Friday, 25 August 2006
Canada's Nuclear Do or Die

(International/Justice News)
... to acquire these weapons. And, why not? If the Big Five think they must have these weapons for their own security, why would countries such as Iran, North Korea and Syria not come to the same conclusion? ...
Friday, 25 August 2006
... Japanese and American tourists who themselves succeeded US and Australian troops serving in Vietnam. New clients from Malaysia, China and South Korea are arriving on the beaches and in the bars. Tourist-oriented ...
Thursday, 24 August 2006
Collateral Carnage

(International/Justice News)
... in the third world from the 1940s on. These, in Korea and Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, substituted the local devastation of air power for a nuclear war between the superpowers which might have used the ...
Wednesday, 23 August 2006
... and the CIS) and the Far East (China, Japan and South Korea). NeoCon ? la Mode The NeoCon's "Prince of Darkness " is Richard Perle.  He's been a key member of both the Committee on the Present ...
Monday, 21 August 2006
... the selective interventions across the globe over the course of the past half-century, tell another story altogether. Dictatorships in Iraq and North Korea have bothered US administrations, not those in ...
Thursday, 17 August 2006
Left Coast Events - Victoria & Islands Aug. 14.06

(Victoria and Islands/PEJ Events)
... Marijo, please sign this and pass it on far and wide.http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/534877206Please sign and forward petition to the Korean Government to withdraw its plan for the legislation ...
Monday, 14 August 2006
... and fairness.? Canadian Imperialism Canada is complicit in the crimes of US imperialism. It joined in the aggression of North Korea, profited from the aggression of Vietnam, joined in the first phase of ...
Monday, 07 August 2006
Tomgram: Bunker-busting the Nuclear Taboo

(International/Justice News)
... a decade away, should the present Iranian regime really opt to build it; and North Korea, which had no nuclear weapons in 2000, but may now have several, though whether with appropriate delivery systems ...
Sunday, 06 August 2006
... the most urgent target for left-wing and ?progressive? resistance. And Israel, as the third most militarized society in the world after North Korea and Eritrea, and the second most unequal and second most ...
Wednesday, 26 July 2006
... us for military defense. South Korea opposes our strategy regarding their neighbor to the north. Australia is geographically compelled to play our lap dog. The Saudis, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates ...
Monday, 24 July 2006
Steady Game of Brinkmanship in Lebanon

(International/Justice News)
Steady Game of Brinkmanship in Lebanon  The Korea Herald ~Mathew Maavak~ The relentless blunderbuss against Lebanese towns and villages continue through this week. Days and nights get more crimson, ...
Monday, 24 July 2006
Globocops of Energy Security

(International/Justice News)
Globocops of Energy Security Korea Herald ~Mathew Maavak~ Some of those oil-related doomsday scenarios will meet at a confluence this week. It includes an armed aggression against a sovereign state, ...
Monday, 17 July 2006
Step Outside the Green Zone, Senator

(International/Justice News)
... and severed body parts. Next time, step out of the Green Zone, Senator. In every part of the globe, from Beirut to Mogadishu, from Mumbai to the Korean peninsula, the world dances on the edge of devastation ...
Wednesday, 12 July 2006
... Affairs Journal, Moret states: "The Korea Times reported on Dec. 23, 2005, that the U.S. military has 2.7 million depleted uranium bombs [pre-positioned] in South Korea. It is understandable why North ...
Tuesday, 11 July 2006
Korea: "FU, Georgie!"

(International/Peace News)
Korea: "FU, Georgie!"PEJ News - Mike Whitney - If Kim thumbed through today?s news he would have seen the limp and bloodied body of a dead Palestinian boy being rushed away from the site of Israel?s ...
Saturday, 08 July 2006
... reason in Iraq each day.? soros.c.topica.com Rogue vs. Rogue: North Korea and U.S. Media news.ncmonline.com AMERICA?S IMAGE BEEN TARNISHED FOR GOOD? Murray Marder on the Nieman Watchdog Site:niemanwatchdog.org ...
Saturday, 08 July 2006
... have learned some lessons from North Korea - when you push a country into a corner you are giving the driver?s seat to the hard-liners there?, (Yahoo Inc., 1 June, 2006). Other nuclear experts have stated ...
Thursday, 06 July 2006
Korean Nuclear Program: Made in AmericaGreg Palast - George Bush is upset, distraught, that North Korea has fired a missile that could reach Alaska ? carrying a nuclear warhead. Well, Mr. President, you ...
Wednesday, 05 July 2006
Oil and the Four-lettered Word

(International/Earth News)
... distant yet fearful market horizon, causing a semipermanent markup in global crude prices.www.koreaherald.co.kr Oil and the Four-lettered WordMathew Maavak  Oil prices are rising again, with ...
Tuesday, 04 July 2006
Divine Strake, Hellish Repercussions

(International/Justice News)
... A tunnel has already been drilled through the jointed limestone directly below the site where Divine Strake would be exploded. North Korea is thought to have similar tunnels to hide its nuclear weapons-making ...
Thursday, 29 June 2006
Where Rice Can Be Used To Save Lives

(International/Justice News)
Where Rice Can Be Used To Save LivesMathew Maavak ~One of the most intractable issues in the ongoing Korea-U.S. FTA talks pertains to agricultural products. A landmark agreement with immense ramifications ...
Monday, 26 June 2006
... semiconductor material comes from Japan. Japan does not have a prominent cell phone brand, but cell phones from Finland, the United States and South Korea are packed with Japanese components. Meanwhile, ...
Monday, 19 June 2006
... through its own immense efforts, and with some help from Russia, China, Pakistan and North Korea, Iran has created a powerful military-industrial complex, which employs more than 200,000 engineers, technicians ...
Thursday, 15 June 2006
... of Yugoslavia.  The devastating impact of Western sanctions is covered in the chapters on Zimbabwe, and those on North Korea provide an example of hostile U.S. economic and diplomatic maneuvers.  ...
Sunday, 11 June 2006
... strikes against North Korea, Syria, Iran and a list of other countries. Some of his critics accuse Perle of darkly malignant machinations. (Richard N. Perle, Sourcewatch) Citing Iraq as a glowing example ...
Sunday, 11 June 2006
... a training session. You can bet Kim Jong-il will watch, too, even though it is South Korea that represents his nation's hopes this year. President Bush may give the event a miss -- one can only wonder ...
Friday, 09 June 2006
Rummy Apples: Explaining Horror Away

(International/Justice News)
... of U.S. troops commit Haditha-like atrocities. Even better, let's really go multi-culti and include some Koreans, Iraqis, Afghanis, Somalis, Filipinos, Japanese, and Panamanians (to name but a few ...
Sunday, 04 June 2006
THE LATEST CHAPTER IN THE IRAN STORY

(International/Peace News)
... to try to strengthen sanctions which could force Iran to retaliate. We have learned some lessons from North Korea - ?when you push a country into a corner you are giving the driver?s seat to the hard-liners ...
Friday, 02 June 2006
It Was the American Century

(International/Justice News)
... is sustained now by massive infusions of bond purchases by Japan, China, Korea, and other countries. It is highly unlikely that this will continue. When the dollar falls dramatically, it may momentarily ...
Thursday, 01 June 2006
... rogues. They were us." The most infamous "aberration" during the Korean War was the No Gun Ri massacre. Veterans of the U.S. Army First Cavalry Division told the Associated Press in 1999 that Captain Melbourne ...
Wednesday, 31 May 2006
... of course, is that his conversion to becoming the most suspicious hawk in the Cabinet by the onset of the Korean War really tells the story of the turn in American consciousness that took place there, ...
Wednesday, 10 May 2006
... Governor      Is it his messenger, or his message? Which has caused US President George W. Bush to become one of the world's most unpopular leaders -- right behind North Korea's ...
Friday, 05 May 2006
... Korea with its possible nuclear weapon or two, riven, fundamentalist Iran with all that oil but a per-capita income level of something like $2,000 a year, and, of course, war-ravaged, sanctions-weakened, ...
Thursday, 04 May 2006
... would be more than a kick in the teeth. It provokes hunger, anger and accidents. If an accident happens, God only would know who drew first blood. The United States -- post-Korean war -- had fallen for ...
Thursday, 04 May 2006
Energy: A "Waste-Want World"

(International/Earth News)
... with unique irresponsibility, sold CANDUs to both India and Pakistan, South Korea, Taiwan and Argentina, all countries with conflicts with their neighbours, particularly when several of these countries ...
Tuesday, 02 May 2006
... and North Korea; second, various economic measures that might reduce the U.S. trade deficit with China; and third, some clemency to various political prisoners in China. All Hu specifically wanted was ...
Sunday, 30 April 2006
... group. The popular book documents a bloody contest over control of the Straits of Malacca, that narrow channel through which most of China ?s, Japan ?s, and Korea ?s energy passes. ?       ...
Saturday, 29 April 2006
Something You Need to Know Before the End

(International/Justice News)
... bit for those who were killed there, for their families?Bosch: Who was on board that plane? Four members of the Communist Party, five north Koreans, five Guyanese ... Who was there? Our enemies.Cao: And ...
Saturday, 22 April 2006
... Bush's prodemocracy crusade. In Asia, US allies like the Philippines, South Korea and even Australia are aligning themselves closer to Beijing, or at least hedging their bets. Only Japan has remained ...
Friday, 21 April 2006
Forget the Middle East:

(International/Justice News)
... India, a nation Uncle Sam is determined to lure into his bed, both qualify. Iran and North Korea are obviously not welcome at the nuclear party, whether they apply the technology for military purposes ...
Tuesday, 18 April 2006
... may very well be "not a rational human being," as Karl Rove projected; but he can surely see what happened to Iraq and what did NOT happen to North Korea...(a Lesser Evil Axis?) Bush has had to actually ...
Friday, 14 April 2006
... American oligarchs who are slathering to attack. The only defence is, of course, a nuclear weapon. Hey, it?s worked wonders for the worlds most impoverished nation, North Korea, which has stared down the ...
Thursday, 13 April 2006
Paying For It: America's New Accountancy

(International/Justice News)
... will on the world. The authors of the Foreign Policy article write that America's nuclear primacy positions the US "to check the ambitions of dangerous states such as China, North Korea, and Iran." ...
Saturday, 08 April 2006
... $13 million.* In 1997, Lockheed Martin exported material to South Korea that can be used in missile delivery/reentry systems. Lockheed did not obtain the export license required for national security and ...
Tuesday, 04 April 2006
... not to dwell on such topics. A similar spark of sanity was quickly snuffed out in the editorial pages of the Independent on Sunday (see our media alert, Climate Change ? ?Welcome to Mars (or North Korea!)?, ...
Monday, 27 March 2006
... in the Islamic Middle East, but also in Latin America. North Korea, China, and Russia also figure prominently on the neocon hit list. According to neocon heavyweight Frank Gaffney (president of the Bush ...
Sunday, 26 March 2006
Nukular Earth: The Atom's Resurgence

(International/Earth News)
... South Korea and Iran (under the Shah), the Soviet Union to China and North Korea -- as a way of cementing ties with favored allies and shifting the global balance of power in their favor. Later, as concern ...
Sunday, 19 March 2006
Are you about to Nuke Iran??

(International/Peace News)
... the threats, and to outsource the negotiations. I don't believe you face threats like Iran or North Korea by outsourcing it to others, and standing on the sidelines. We cannot, and should not, must ...
Thursday, 16 March 2006
... two South Korean journalists, two Australian teachers and a French woman. There are unconfirmed reports that armed militants are searching hotels for foreigners. Representatives from the Al Aqsa Martyrs' ...
Tuesday, 14 March 2006
THE BRINKMANSHIP OF ENERGY GEOPOLITICS

(International/Justice News)
... Japan, South Korea and Taiwan import all their oil, of which 75 percent is from the Gulf. India imports 75 percent, of which 80 percent is from the Gulf. China imports 35 percent, of which 60 percent is ...
Thursday, 02 March 2006
Solving Iran

(International/Peace News)
... in everyone's best interest. It requires shunning all talk of "regime change" and any inclination to use force. Washington has already adopted such a stance toward North Korea; it must now approach ...
Thursday, 02 March 2006
... such examples in Stalin's Soviet Union, Kim's North Korea, Mao's China, Saddam's Iraq, etc. THE GOOD, THE BAD & LOTS OF UGLY To the Busheviks, there is pure Evil and pure Good, and ...
Wednesday, 22 February 2006
Nuking Iran: A Chorus to Catastrophe

(International/Peace News)
... Pakistan, and North Korea. What would change if Iran became the tenth? Who would be menaced by Iran? Which country might they bomb? www.agenceglobal.com Why is the United States so agitated about Iran's ...
Wednesday, 15 February 2006
... in preparation for the endless war ? it is time to redraw the lines of justifiable war in a manner that will block this president?s predetermined path of global destruction. On the matter of North Korea, ...
Tuesday, 14 February 2006
Google Does Evil

(International/Justice News)
... Please google ?Cold War?). Back in Reagan?s day, communism, as practiced in Russia, Cuba, Vietnam, and North Korea was simply referred to as ?The Evil Empire.? You might say it comprised a kind of ?axis? ...
Thursday, 02 February 2006
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