Gregory Elich

Gregory Elich is a Korea Policy Institute board member. He is a contributor to the collection, Sanctions as War: Anti-Imperialist Perspectives on American Geo-Economic Strategy (Haymarket Books, 2023). His website is  Follow him on Twitter at @GregoryElich.      

The Fight Over THAAD in Korea

How Madeleine Albright Got the War the U.S. Wanted

Is a New Korean War in the Offing?

Migration as Economic Imperialism

Serbia Resists US-led Bullying

Is Korea Heading Toward a Political Crossroads?

The Balkan Project Washington Wants to Derail

Reminding South Korea Who is Boss: Biden’s Enforcers Pay a Visit

Police Raid Humanitarian Group Over Pandemic Aid to North Korea

Race, Militarism and the US Scheme to Control the Pacific

Will South Korea’s Moon Defy Trump and Improve Relations with North Korea?

Mnangagwa’s Neoliberal Assault on the Zimbabwean People

How Real is the Trump Administration’s New Flexibility with North Korea?

A History of the Indonesian Massacres, 1965-1966

Diplomatic Deadlock: Can U.S.-North Korea Diplomacy Survive Maximum Pressure?

Zimbabwe on the Path to Neoliberal Ruin

The WannaCry Cyberattack: What the Evidence Says and Why the Trump Administration Blames North Korea  

What is Behind the Military Coup in Zimbabwe?

Trump’s War on the North Korean People

North Korea’s Fast-Track Missile Development: How Far It’s Come and Why It Has the U.S. on Edge

US-North Korean Relations in a Time of Change

Did the Russians Really Hack the DNC?

THAAD Comes to Korea, But at What Cost?

US Plans for North Korea Threaten International Security

Fightback in Korea

No War Crimes Here

Deindustrialization, NATO-Style

“The Whole Town Cried”

A “Good Day” for NATO?

Who Was Behind the Cyberattack on Sony?

Who Supported the Khmer Rouge?

Korean Conspiracy Trial

Political Firestorm in South Korea

Dispatch From Seoul

The Struggle for a Korean Peace Treaty

What’s Annoying the North Koreans?

Militarizing South Korea

Class War Without Mercy

Egypt, the American Way

Menacing North Korea

The Sinking of the Cheonan and Its Political Uses

Taking on the Religious Right

How the Nobel Peace Prize Was Won

Who Will Pass Judgment on Those Who Judge?

Why Bush is Seeking Confrontation With North Korea

Zimbabwe’s Fight for Justice

How the US Subverts Diplomacy

A Dangerous Turn in the US Plans for North Korea