Tag: South Korea

Part of mounting popular disaffection against South Korea’s conservative leader whom the RAND Corporation branded as a “perfect partner” for the U.S. South Korea is hitting the headlines again but not for the reasons that its leaders would like. Protests have erupted in the wake of a new law supported...
The DPRK Has Thwarted U.S. Designs to Control the Korean Peninsula in a Major Historical Accomplishment. On August 15, 1945, Korea was liberated from Japanese imperialist colonial rule thanks to the arduous armed struggle waged by the anti-Japanese partisans led by the guerrilla leader Kim Il Sung. Japanese imperialist rule, which...
Drinking Water, Rivers, Fish, Crabs, Breast Milk, Babies and Teenagers Are Poisoned United States Forces Korea would like the South Korean public to believe that the threat to public health posed by its use of per- and poly fluoroalkyl substances, (PFAS) since the 1970s is not much of a problem...
Protesters in Seoul demand withdrawal of U.S. troops from South Korea During his trip to the Indo-Pacific in May, U.S. President Joe Biden made his first stop in South Korea where he hoped to inaugurate a new golden era of U.S.-South Korean relations. South Korea’s newly elected President Yoon Suk-yeol was...