‘President is a spy’: Revolt in South Korea widens as government consolidates power

‘President is a spy’: Revolt in South Korea widens as government consolidates power

by WorldTribune Staff, January 8, 2020 As critics continue to protest what they say is a threat to the rule of law and national sovereignty by the leftist South Korean government, citizens have even resorted to calling an emergency espionage hotline to report President Moon Jae-In as a spy, a report said. The man “was […]

Korean War veterans broadcast international appeal: ‘South Korea is in danger’

Korean War veterans broadcast international appeal: ‘South Korea is in danger’

by WorldTribune Staff, July 31, 2019 “A flower of democracy in South Korea is about to fall,” warned a group of more than 850 retired South Korean military officials in an open letter. Their appeal was addressed to Korean War veterans in the United States and other nations who fought under the UN Command against […]

South Korean intelligence says it informed Blue House of N. Korea coal imports

South Korean intelligence says it informed Blue House of N. Korea coal imports

by WorldTribune Staff, August 28, 2018 Three South Korean firms imported North Korean coal from Russia in apparent violations of UN sanctions, according to South Korea’s spy chief. Suh Hoon, the chief of South Korea’s National Intelligence Service (NIS), told lawmakers at a closed-door meeting on Aug. 28 that the NIS reported the coal shipments […]

South Korean intelligence plot to purchase Peace Prize targeted the international media

South Korean intelligence plot to purchase Peace Prize targeted the international media

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk Following is the fifth excerpt from a book by WorldTribune and Geostrategy-Direct columnist Donald Kirk and the Korean author Kim Ki-Sam, “How South Korea’s Kim Dae-Jung bought his Peace Prize and financed Kim Jong-Il’s nuclear program”. While the governments of South Korea and the United States helped suppress publication […]