Christine Ahn is a policy and research analyst with the Global Fund for Women and a Foreign Policy In Focus columnist.
U.S. military bases are very costly to the people of the Asia-Pacific region and to people here in America as well.
The struggle over Jeju Island in South Korea is heating up, with civil society activists standing up against a powerful military.
Whistleblowers have unearthed the widespread use of Agent Orange by the U.S. military in Korea.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s alleged attack on a hotel housekeeper is shocking and deeply symbolic of the IMF’s attitude towards women.
The personal acts of Dominique Strauss-Kahn mirror the policy impacts of the institution he heads up.
Closing U.S. military bases overseas is a key part of moving the money to meet human needs at home and abroad.
Here’s some good news in celebration of International Women’s Day.
The Obama administration is pushing a free trade agreement that will have dire consequences for Koreans.
The United States can play an important role in dialing back tensions in the disputed waters between North and South Korea, writes columnist Christine Ahn.
The UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security just turned 10 years old — but few nations are helping it meet its goals of involving women in peacemaking and peacekeeping.
The solution to our economic crisis lies in drastically reducing our military budget.
The U.S.-Korean free-trade agreement holds no promise for workers or small farmers in either the United States or South Korea
The people of South Korea, North Korea and the United States are already paying a tax, not for reunification, but for preparation for war
The United States is yet again tightening sanctions against North Korea. The policy hasn’t worked for six decades, why will it work now?
At the U.S. Social Forum in Detroit, reports columnist Christine Ahn, a new and powerful antiwar movement came together.
On the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day: the good, the bad, and the potentially ugly.