111. The Background of the Tensions on the Korean Peninsula with Christine Ahn

Monday, September 5, 2016

Episode Summary

Christine Ahn joins Adam Camac and Daniel Laguros to discuss the background of the tensions on the Korean Peninsula and why the tensions have not been resolved.

About the Guest

Ms. Ahn is the founder and Executive Director of Women Cross DMZ. She is the co-founder of the Korea Policy Institute, the Global Campaign to Save Jeju Island, and the National Campaign to End the Korean War. She is also a columnist with Foreign Policy in Focus.

You can follow her work at womencrossdmz.org. You can find her on the Women Cross DMZ Facebook page, the Women Cross DMZ Twitter account, and on her personal Twitter account.

Biographical information is from womencrossdmz.org.

Related Articles
1. Mr. Truman or: How I Learned to Start Worrying and Hate the Bomb by Christine Ahn (January 12, 2016)
2. Let the Peace Games Begin by Christine Ahn (August 24, 2016)

Book Mentioned
1. Hidden History of the Korean War by I. F. Stone

Related Resources
1. Women Cross DMZ
2. Korea Policy Institute
3. National Campaign to End the Korean War
4. Alliance of Scholars Concerned about Korea
5. Save Jeju Now
6. Christine Ahn’s Foreign Policy in Focus Archive
7. Christine Ahn’s Antiwar.com Archive

Related Episode
112. The Prospects for Peace on the Korean Peninsula with Christine Ahn (Wednesday, September 7, 2016)

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