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Korean workers say no to outsourcing death
Piergiorgio Moro, Matt Kunkel | Outsourcing is a problem for workers all around the world. A recent workplace death has sparked a massive protest movement in South Korea.
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Inside the Seoul subway -- Wikipedia
Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | Workers in South Korea have managed to overcome the offensives against them in the last few years, and metro employees are the latest group to take industrial action.
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Image: US Department of Defense - Public Domain
Jiselle Hanna, Piergiorgio Moro | Koreans still have a vivid history of the last war in the 1950s. Workers are at the forefront of the efforts to stop another conflict breaking out.
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David J. Climenhaga | Ironically, the Americans appear to be worried about Russian interference in the election process (satire).
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Janis Alton | I was part of a recent international women's walk for peace -- not so unusual in itself -- except this time, the context was North and South Korea.
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Redeye Collective | The Council on Foreign Relations is the most influential think tank in the U.S. In a recent report, it says the U.S. should abandon attempts to integrate China, and instead seek to isolate it.
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Frieda Werden | The effects of the division of Korea on women. Kellia Ramares-Watson interviews Hwa-Young Lee, war survivor and activist.
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Jim Stanford | Troubling political factors are more important in explaining the Conservative rush to sign FTAs than any belief that they would actually boost the economy.
Activist Toolkit
| Stop the clampdown on democratic and trade union rights!
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Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with Angela Lytle about the women who were forced into sexual slavery in Japan during World War II.
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Diana Beaumont and Jiselle Hanna | International Women's Day edition of Asia Pacific Currents: Labour news from the Asia Pacific region and an interview about the Korean railway workers' strike.
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Piergiorgio Moro and Jiselle Hanna | Interview with Wolsan Lim, (KPTU) assessmening the general strike and police repression in South Korea