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KPI in the media on North Korea and US Tensions Summer 2017

KPI Board members, Advisors and fellows have been speaking on the US-North Korea tensions.

Christine Ahn, KPI advisor and Executive Director of Women Cross DMZ

Democracy Now!, July 5, 2017  “Will Trump seek talks with North Korea or Counter Missile Test with more US Military Aggression?”

NY Times Op-Ed August 2, 2017: The North Korea Travel Ban Will Do More Harm Than Good

Gregory Elich, KPI Advisor

RT, July 10, 2017: “‘Patience Is Over’: U.S., North Korea Latest Exchange of Threats”

Christine Hong, KPI Board member

FlashPoints with Dennis Bernstein (KPFA), July 5, 2017, “U.S. Saber-Rattling off Coast of Koreas, after North Tests Its New ICBM” (18 minutes in)

The Joe Show with Joe Teehan, July 6, 2017, “U.S. Foreign Policy Driving Hostility between United States and North Korea”

The Morning Show with Felipe Luciano (WBAI), July 7, 2017, “North Korea’s Nuclear Test in Historical Perspective” (82:45)

Positively Revolting (KBOO Community Radio), July 7, 2017, “Warmongering Against North Korea”

Thom Hartmann Program, July 6, 2017, “What We’re Seeing Now is the Result of the Korean War Never Really Ending (w/guest Christine Hong)”

Hyun Lee, KPI Fellow,  Member, Solidarity Committee for Democracy and Peace in Korea, writer for ZoominKorea.org

RT.Com, July 5, 2017 :  ‘N. Korea now has capacity to target heart of US Pacific Command’

Loud & Clear with Brian Becker, July 6, 2017:US Threatens War on North Korea: Who is the Real Provocateur?

Thom Hartmann Program, July 7. 2017: The Big Picture on the Korea situation

Tim Shorrock, KPI Advisor

Free Speech TV, July 6, 2017: “Trump and Kim Jong-un face off under cloud of nuclear weapons”

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