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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
... It would seem the ?Stalinists? who aspire to radical media reform are beyond the pale: ?Welcome to Mars (or North Korea)!?. Williams refuses to recognise that his paper?s heavy reliance on advertising ...
Monday, 30 January 2006
... journalism watchdog, Reporters Without Borders, Eritrea is a media ?black hole? ranking second worse in the world to North Korea. Eritrea?s once celebrated democratic process is defunct and a distant memory, ...
Friday, 20 January 2006
The Guardians of Power

(International/Justice News)
... honest. Papers in places like South Korea and the United Arab Emirates publish material that is sometimes far more critical of the media. It matters more here ? we?re closer to centres of real power ? ...
Thursday, 05 January 2006
... governments -- Pakistan, North Korea, Iran, and perhaps others -- poses yet another universe of dangers of incalculable proportion. [8] "Industry, Environmentalists Offer Plan for Possible Nanotech Rules," ...
Saturday, 31 December 2005
Emerging Hope

(International/Justice News)
... referenda, the American border posse, the Palestinian stalemate, the Korean stalemate and the New York City transit strike. ENDNOTE: As the year 2005 ends, virtually everything is in limbo. Will the global ...
Tuesday, 27 December 2005
... North Korea would be ?fun? and that 9/11 hijackers should have flown into the New York Times offices. Let me list some of your other accomplishments:  You are the primary figure behind the ?Academic ...
Monday, 26 December 2005
Time To Honor Our Media Heroes

(International/Justice News)
... Speech TV. INNOVATION IN JOURNALISM OhMy News (South Korea) for citizen journalism; Wikki News for interactive news; The Daily Show for comedy News; IndyMedia.org (and roving IMC reporters like Scotland's ...
Monday, 19 December 2005
Anti-WTO Clashes Close Hong Kong

(International/Justice News)
... have become increasingly violent.From the beginning of the WTO event, police reacted to protests by South Korean farmers and activists from Europe and North America forcefully, deploying tear gas, and ...
Saturday, 17 December 2005
The New Told Lie

(International/Justice News)
... Department briefing last month, after returning from South Korea, where he addressed US troops: ?I noted to them that within my lifetime, the same now free and prosperous South Korea that they're helping ...
Wednesday, 07 December 2005
... United States. It?s an important news story in Pakistan, of course, and Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, India, North Korea, Taiwan, and even Australia and Britain, but not here in the United ...
Tuesday, 06 December 2005
... U.S. Nov 1 Radim Sadiq U.S. Nov 2 Ghazi Abu Hamzeh Lebanon Nov 13* Two unnamed Turkey Dec 25 Two unidentified South Korea Jan 9, 2005* Unidentified Turkey Jan 13 Sayed Abdel Khalek Egypt Jan 13* Joao Jose ...
Sunday, 04 December 2005
Behind the Bush Curtain

(International/Justice News)
... only), John Mueller, an expert on how wars affect presidencies, offers a canny, cool-eyed interpretation of changing American opinion on Iraq. He tracks polling data on the three sustained wars -- Korea, ...
Monday, 21 November 2005
Putin's Russia Rebuilding Push

(International/Justice News)
... Korea for a meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, (APEC) attended by the leaders of the United States, Japan and China among other notables. There were several important meetings in the ...
Sunday, 20 November 2005
Iron-Fisted America

(US/Justice News)
... been carefully thrust down the memory hole of an Orwellian nightmare we have unwittingly helped to forge through complacency.From North Korea, Viet Nam, Guatemala, Panama, Columbia, Cuba, Venezuela,Afghanistan, ...
Tuesday, 15 November 2005
... to a school for torture. That was a classified program at Fort Bragg, N.C., known as SERE, for Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape. Based on studies of North Korean and Vietnamese efforts to break American ...
Sunday, 13 November 2005
... Sleeth and Jim Butterworth set off for Korea with an ambitious plan: document the secretive Underground Railroad smuggling North Korean refugees out of China.Today, there are an estimated 250,000 North ...
Thursday, 03 November 2005
Now You See It... Nuclear Slight of Hand

(International/Justice News)
... Alliance's governing coalition-as "fraught with serious consequences," that would end up making India like "Japan, South Korea, and the Philippines, all traditional military allies of the United States." ...
Wednesday, 26 October 2005
... underground railroad smuggling North Korean refugees out of China, Arms for the Poor, a look at the murky world of U.S. arms exports to developing countries, Mardi Gras: Made in China, which follows the ...
Tuesday, 25 October 2005
The Doomsday Bird

(International/Earth News)
... relations are strained to say the least. In the days preceding the emergence of the first SARS cases, America raced to the Pacific Rim to impact escalating aggressions on the Korean peninsula. Communist ...
Saturday, 22 October 2005
... a stampede at a concert in South Korea, Republicans in congress urging a ban on "political hectoring" in college classes, the FBI cutting back their criminal investigations by 50%, Indonesia's bombings, ...
Friday, 07 October 2005
Cold War II: Red Star Rising

(International/Peace News)
... Korea, Rumsfeld turned his attention to China. The Chinese can play a constructive role in addressing these issues, he observed. "A candid discussion of China...cannot neglect to mention areas of concern ...
Thursday, 06 October 2005
Goliath's Game: US Policy Toward North KoreaPEJ News - The deep and almost personal animosity of the US Administration to the DPRK (North Korea) and its nuclear policies are deeply rooted in the ideology ...
Thursday, 15 September 2005
Bush Oil Deals Coming to Light

(International/Justice News)
... at one point by the United States when it was learned that the government was perhaps selling MIGs and other armaments to Korea and Iran, and he did and the problem was taken care of. It was very important ...
Tuesday, 30 August 2005
... culprit in this erosion of the NPT. While claiming to be protecting the world from proliferation threats in Iraq, Libya, Iran and North Korea, American leaders not only have abandoned existing treaty restraints ...
Monday, 15 August 2005
... invasion, which claimed the lives of 58,000 Americans (and an estimated 3 million Vietnamese). Donald Rumsfeld rested comfortably in his dorm room at Princeton while 37,000 Americans died in Korea (with ...
Sunday, 14 August 2005
Senseless Advice: Helen Keller on War

(International/Justice News)
... United States should exploit Cuba and the Philippines. The South African War decided that the British should exploit the diamond mines. The Russo-Japanese War decided that Japan should exploit Korea. The ...
Saturday, 13 August 2005
... War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam all started under Democratic presidents. Governing well at home meant being suspicious of government power, not giving government carte blanche with Orwellian legislation ...
Thursday, 11 August 2005
... to Ambassador Andrei Gromyko.33 The threat was used many times in Korea in 1953, in Berlin in 1961, in Cuba in 1962 and by Nixon against Vietnam. In 1980, the Carter Doctrine involved the threat of using ...
Monday, 01 August 2005
... progress and there was failure to reach consensus at the 2005 Conference. North Korea announced its intention to withdraw from the NPT in 2003 and its actions have never been addressed. Canada?s role Canada ...
Sunday, 31 July 2005
High Seas High Pollution

(International/Earth News)
... Clean Air Task Force and allied groups as well as nations including the United States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway, Germany, Spain, Japan, Korea, China, Venezuela and South ...
Sunday, 24 July 2005
Iraq War's Not-So-Secret Prequel

(International/Justice News)
... the very least more than two million foreign civilians, mostly Asian, including half a million Japanese in nuclear and non-nuclear incineration (during WWII); 100,000 or more Koreans (the Korean war); ...
Friday, 22 July 2005
... of Concerned Scientists and the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, "A Roadmap for Averting Nuclear Crisis: Recommendations for Dealing with North Korea's Nuclear Weapons." 192 Dirksen Senate ...
Wednesday, 13 July 2005
... Korea, Spain, United Kingdom and United States) several questions that had to do with religious beliefs and how people integrate them into their lives.They found a sizable majority in every country polled ...
Sunday, 10 July 2005
... As a result of the failure to agree on anything, North Korea remained unpunished for leaving the Treaty and announcing its possession of nuclear weapons. Fully 15 days of a 20-day conference were consumed ...
Monday, 04 July 2005
... Germany, India, Japan, Italy, Iran, North Korea, Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan, Brazil, Argentina, etc. etc. etc. And it doesn't matter that France and five other nations on that list already have nuclear ...
Monday, 27 June 2005
Blair, Straw and the Big Lie

(International/Justice News)
... if the timing was not yet decided. But the case was thin. Saddam was not threatening his neighbours, and his WMD capability was less than that of Libya, North Korea or Iran.? (ibid) But in the absence ...
Sunday, 26 June 2005
The US war with Iran has already begun

(International/Peace News)
... the newly "liberated" Iraq and North Korea), and speaking of the absolute requirement for the spread of "democracy" to the Iranian people."Liberation" and the spread of "democracy" have become none-too-subtle ...
Monday, 20 June 2005
... in South Korea. The meetings have set the stage for a confrontation between two activist and opposing views on the direction the organization should take. Since the first agreed limits on whaling ...
Monday, 20 June 2005
... in space moves closer to reality. Elsewhere, fundamental challenges to the nuclear non-proliferation regime are posed by the withdrawal of North Korea from the NPT and its nuclear military program, by ...
Sunday, 19 June 2005
... and the United States who oppose the re-introduction of commercial whale hunting will face off tomorrow in South Korea as the IWC meets to tackle future quotas and the issue of continuing the moratorium. And ...
Sunday, 19 June 2005
... not threatening his neighbours, and his WMD capability was less than that of Libya, North Korea or Iran." The case for the politicization of intelligence is not difficult to make--it merely involves citing ...
Sunday, 19 June 2005
... his neighbours and his WMD capability was less than that of Libya, North Korea, or Iran." The memo also said that Britain and America had to "create" conditions to justify a war, and that "military action ...
Tuesday, 14 June 2005
... it over the next decade. While the United States and Japan claim that the ABM is aimed at North Korea, the Chinese view it as a threat to their small strategic nuclear force. The United States is pressuring ...
Monday, 13 June 2005
The Nuclear Fiasco in New York

(International/Peace News)
... serious is the growing animosity between China and Japan, which has led many in Japan to contemplate a hitherto unthinkable nuclear program. South Korea, Taiwan, and even Malaysia have dropped hints that ...
Saturday, 11 June 2005
A New Arms Race with China?

(International/Justice News)
... he and his should feel secure in the New World he's helped make so dangerous. Little mention too was given to U.S. allies Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea, all having recently upped their respective ...
Monday, 06 June 2005
This Week on Gorilla Radio J6

(International/Justice News)
... In 2005, we westerners are again at war. It?s a war again painted, as Korea, Vietnam, Laos, and all the other lousy wars as ?just.? For every instance of mobilization of the people to go forth on a murderous ...
Sunday, 05 June 2005
... fulfil their own treaty obligations, much less take strong action to condemn the transgressions of North Korea and Iran." The so-called 'final document' the conference delegates managed to adopt did ...
Monday, 30 May 2005
... on what needs to be done than the representatives of George Bush." What the US did at the treaty conference was to point the finger at Iran and North Korea, while refusing to discuss or even ...
Monday, 30 May 2005
... military actions are far less clear. The history of intervention from the Cold War era (Korea, Vietnam, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Chile, Cuba, El Salvador, Panama, Columbia, Lebanon, etc.) to the ...
Sunday, 29 May 2005
... like Saudi Arabia, Turkey, North Korea, and Iraq (in the old days) would ever be knocked from their vicious podiums, but in just over four years George W. Bush and his gang have rocketed the charts to ...
Wednesday, 25 May 2005
... mentions it. Pg >Plus the short film, How To Make Kimchi According to My Kun-Umma   8min How to make a Korean staple. A twenty-something camera-weilding nephew learns the tradition from his ...
Monday, 16 May 2005
The Bolton Endgame

(US/Peace News)
... community, and openly working to undermine the president's policies of supporting multilateral negotiations on North Korea and Iran's nuclear programs.Emerging this week were more revelations about ...
Thursday, 12 May 2005
... weapons did so on the back of civil nuclear operations. This is exactly the current issue over Iran and North Korea. The original error was the handing over of the regulatory function to the International ...
Thursday, 12 May 2005
Iraq Memo Bombshell a Dud in Mainstream

(International/Justice News)
... was less than that of Libya, North Korea or Iran." Really? But Mr. Bush told us, "Intelligence gathered by this and other governments leaves no doubt that the Iraq regime continues to possess and conceal ...
Wednesday, 11 May 2005
They Lied to Us

(US/Peace News)
... yet decided. But the case was thin. Saddam was not threatening his neighbors, and his WMD capability was less than that of Libya, North Korea or Iran. We should work up a plan for an ultimatum to Saddam ...
Wednesday, 11 May 2005
... a Korean staple. A twenty-something camera-weilding nephew learns the tradition from his mother. Shop, chop, blend and wait and do what your auntie says. http://www.reelasian.com/archives/2003/films.htm ...
Monday, 09 May 2005
... was less than that of Libya, North Korea or Iran." So the "justification" would have to be provided by "fixing" the intelligence around the policy. Bush was just going to make things up, since the realities ...
Saturday, 07 May 2005
The Nuclear Fundamentalists

(International/Justice News)
... the next several days. The review conference for the Non-Proliferation Treaty "was meant to offer hope of closing huge loopholes in the treaty, which the United States says Iran and North Korea have exploited ...
Thursday, 05 May 2005
... this internationally televised event, President Bush expressed his commitment to a diplomatic solution to the North Korea nuclear crisis, citing in particular the need for consensus among the other five ...
Thursday, 05 May 2005
... according to Peden. The situation in North Korea is equally critical. While the Bush administration promotes the concept of 'preventive war' and threatens the use of nuclear weapons, North Korea ...
Wednesday, 04 May 2005
... may be justified: an Arab-Israeli conflict, a conflict with China over Taiwan, a North Korean attack on South Korea, and an attack on Israel by Iraq or another neighbor. This new policy, in contradiction ...
Sunday, 01 May 2005
Nuclear May Day!

(International/Justice News)
... and important is that the treaty is basically in its biggest crisis to date. As you know, U.S. keeps threatening that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. North Korea withdrew from the treaty. Other questionable ...
Friday, 29 April 2005
... approval rate (45 percent) yet, according to Gallup. But that's still higher than the low points of most postwar presidents, and significantly higher than Harry Truman's low point during the Korean ...
Friday, 29 April 2005
The Abysmal Ambassador

(US/Peace News)
... nuclear materials were secured in the two years after 9/11 than in the two years before the attack. North Korea, which then had two nuclear weapons, now has as many as eight. After dealing with Bolton, ...
Monday, 25 April 2005
... independent monitoring. Nike lists 124 plants in China contracted to make its products, 73 in Thailand, 35 in South Korea, 34 in Vietnam and others in Asia. It also produces goods in South America, Australia, ...
Sunday, 24 April 2005
... would actually use a nuclear weapon. Already, there is deep concern over the acquisition or the possible future acquisition of nuclear weapons by North Korea (who may have as many as a dozen) and by Iran ...
Thursday, 21 April 2005
... April 19th . 8pm. $2 - Recipient of the Cannes Film Festival's Grand Jury Award, 2004 -More than any single Korean film as yet released stateside, Park Chanwook's OLDBOY crystallizes the reigning ...
Sunday, 17 April 2005
When It's O.K. to Kill

(International/Justice News)
... When It's O.K. to KillC. L. Cookpej newsApril 14, 2005        Korea 1950-'52Baghdad, March 6th, 2005- They were singing and laughing in the car, happy to ...
Thursday, 14 April 2005
Drums for Tehran

(International/Justice News)
... off the neocon and neolib wolves, as the example of North Korea illustrates (notice how Bush and the Neocons are not saber-rattling much in North Korea's general direction as of late). Naturally, according ...
Wednesday, 13 April 2005
... latest initiative. Also, an exciting new website was recently launched (www.stopracialprofiling.ca). I encourage you to check it out! * From: "Kristie Phelps" Urgent: Korean dogs and cats ...
Tuesday, 05 April 2005
Faking It: The New News Paradigm

(International/Justice News)
... name evoked the main character in Kafka's The Metamorphosis, who turned from a human into a giant insect. And it's hard to forget the time Skaggs posed as the president of a Korean group called ...
Wednesday, 30 March 2005
Pulling the Mullah's Whiskers

(International/Justice News)
... India, Pakistan, China, and North Korea--seem to get treated a lot better by the U.S. than countries like Syria, Iraq and Vietnam, which don't. As well, arguably Iran could see making trouble on the ...
Saturday, 26 March 2005
... it is an inspiring story of hope and human connection in the face of a war that shatters and divides. From the front lines of struggles in Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, Palestine, Korea, Seattle, Genova, ...
Tuesday, 22 March 2005
... 4,647,343 5Kidde PLC           694,116 5Kimberly-Clark Corp.      15,477,730 5Korea Electrical Power Corp.        ...
Sunday, 20 March 2005
Colombia's Phony War

(International/Justice News)
... South African wine during apartheid". Busy Bill was in Pyongyang not long ago, telling the North Koreans it was just not right for them to have nuclear weapons. That his own government was armed to the ...
Saturday, 19 March 2005
... but make and bring your own. At the Courthouse the Selkirk Students for Global Justice have planned a program of speakers who will articulate the view from the Valley, from Selkirk College and from Korea. ...
Wednesday, 16 March 2005
... their lives. ITN?s John Irvine recently reported on "the hermit state" of North Korea where people celebrated the birth of the country?s leader in a "display of people in perfect unison - cynics might ...
Tuesday, 15 March 2005
... is that it hasn't worked anywhere.'" Bolton has maddened both North Korea and Iran, not really stable places to begin with, but moderates were gaining ground in Iran. He's the genius who claimed ...
Sunday, 13 March 2005
Targeting Giuliana

(International/Justice News)
... collected on the Korean peninsula. It was my responsibility to report serious anomalies to the White House by means of a secure phone. At that time, satellite photographic collection capability was in ...
Saturday, 12 March 2005
Ill-will Ambassador

(International/Justice News)
... U.S. demand to enter multilateral talks on its nuclear program, Bolton delivered a sharply-worded speech that described life in North Korea as a ''hellish nightmare," and accused its leader, Kim ...
Thursday, 10 March 2005
Major League Witch Hunt

(US/Justice News)
... rude, and political. As Bonds said recently to a group of reporters in Arizona, "You want to define cheating in America, when they make a shirt in Korea for a $1.50 and sell it here for 500 bucks? ...
Thursday, 10 March 2005
Japan's rocket success and talk of manned space mission AP: "North Korea, meanwhile, has perhaps had an even deeper impact on Japan's space program in recent years. The perceived nuclear threat ...
Saturday, 26 February 2005
Coming soon: Rummy TV

(International/Justice News)
... ... to share their stories and motivation for serving"); Korea Destinations ("Monthly preview of some great getaway locations in and around the Korean peninsula"); and The American Veteran ("a half-hour ...
Thursday, 24 February 2005
... of war from the Korean conflict is brainwashed by Communists into becoming a political assassin. Evans and Teeter believe that while Sirhan fired several shots, none of them hit Kennedy. The assassination, ...
Tuesday, 22 February 2005
... the persecution. Some of the artists are still illegally imprisoned in China. The pieces comprise a travelling art show that has been displayed in Toronto, Washington D.C., New York and Korea. ?There ...
Tuesday, 22 February 2005
Shelter Under the Anti-war Umbrella

(International/Justice News)
... articles and literature explaining the people power strategy, and efforts to encourage more and more groups to adopt it either formally or informally. To stop the next war ? be it in Iran, North Korea, ...
Saturday, 19 February 2005
North Korea's Putative Nukes

(International/Peace News)
North Korea's Putative NukesGwynne Dyer: Nobody really knows much about Kim Jong-il except that he doesn't get out enough and that he has the worst haircut of any world leader. His strategies, ...
Thursday, 17 February 2005
... and other parts of the globe that we wish to dominate, like North Korea. We should also drastically cut the ever-rising military expenditures of the U.S., the rising military presence of the U.S. ...
Wednesday, 16 February 2005
... the announcement last week by North Korean leader Kim Jong Il that his country had nuclear weapons. Supporters of the system, popularly known as "Star Wars," have envisioned it as an answer to the threat ...
Tuesday, 15 February 2005
... of attack from North Korea. Both are still classified as experimental but, officials say, they could fire interceptors in an emergency. The Pentagon has not declared those bases "operational," but officials ...
Tuesday, 15 February 2005
U.S. Uses Drones to Probe Iran For Arms

(International/Justice News)
... turn on our radar," the official said. That tactic, designed to contribute information to what the military calls an "enemy order of battle," was used by the U.S. military in the Korean and Vietnam ...
Sunday, 13 February 2005
The Majestic Cockroach

(International/Justice News)
... bunker for such events)?and the insolence not to march along with Bush and the Strausscons, pom-poms in hand, cheering ever onward generational war in such places as Iran, Syria, North Korea, Cuba, Venezuela, ...
Friday, 11 February 2005
North Korea says it has nuclear weapons

(International/Justice News)
North Korea says it has nuclear weaponsAs long as the US fails to live up to its obligations to disarm nuclear weapons under the Non-Proliferation Treaty, more and more countries will obtain nuclear weapons... ...
Thursday, 10 February 2005
Spectres from Past Bad Days

(International/Justice News)
... Sudan, North Korea, Cuba, Laos, Saudi Arabia, and Indonesia, as well as general condemnation of Muslim nations. Abrams became a founding member of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom ...
Wednesday, 09 February 2005
The State of George Dubya

(International/Justice News)
... There was no reference to the "axis of evil," but Bush did move Syria ahead of North Korea in the you-better-worry-next category. This president does not back down. Perhaps that's why he won in November. ...
Monday, 07 February 2005
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