President Trump’s Korean War

Donald Trump's Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, announced the United States will take a more confrontational approach to Kim Jong-un and North Korea when he said all options are on the table in response to the Hermit Kingdom's missile and nuclear tests. On this edition of The Geopolitical Report, we put the escalation of tension between North Korea, the United States, and South Korea in a historical context usually ignored by establishment historians and the corporate media. We look at Syngman Rhee, the brutal dictator of South Korea installed by the United States after the Second World War, and the role played by the CIA in the first Korean conflict.

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Show Notes

North Korea Military Strength

Can North Korea Really "Flatten" Seoul?

KNOW THE FACTS: North Korea lost close to 30% of its population as a result of US bombings in the 1950s

No One Needs Another Korean War

Exclusive: Trump administration weighing broad sanctions on North Korea - U.S. official

Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire

From the Declassified Files: CIA Had Spies in High Places in 1951

Raiders of the China Coast: CIA Covert Operations During the Korean War

Korean War: CIA-Sponsored Secret Naval Raids

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