Posts in ISC Activity
The Right Ideas Aren’t Enough

On Aug. 20, as part of the International Progressive Politics Forum at the Seoul Justice Party, we had a video conversation with Vijay Prashad, author of several books and articles, notably “Darker Nations: A People’s History of the Third World” and “The Poorer Nations: A Possible History of the Global South.”

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Podemos: Where to now?

On June 19, 2019, the International Strategy Center and the International Progressive Politics Research Group and the International Progressive Politics Forum of the Seoul Branch of the Justice Party interviewed David Perejil a member of Podemos’ International Secretariat. 

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Going to Meet History

Recently, I joined the ISC’s Labor History Tour, and felt lucky that I could learn and connect to this city and country through living history. Having taught English in Jeollabuk-do before moving to Seoul, it can feel daunting to foster a sense of connectivity to a massive hive of grey high rises compared to a more countryside experience.

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Singori Nuclear Reactors 5 and 6’s Public Consultation and the Tasks Ahead

On Dec. 16, the International Strategy Center invited our Advisor Director of Energy Justice Actions Lee Heon-seok to present on “Singori Nuclear Reactors 5 and 6's Public Consultation and the Tasks Ahead.”

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Understanding Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution: A View into the National Constituent Assembly

The following analyzes the current situation in Venezuela within the global struggle, effort and creation of a world beyond capitalism. It is based on research and informed by an interview with…

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Dongpo: Korean Education and Exposure Program

For twenty-three years, KEEP has immersed Korean diaspora into Korea’s social movements and struggles on a nearly two week trip. Adoptees, multiracial, Korean-born, he, she, they, 1.5, 2nd generation…

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The truth about Venezuela: Interview with Yadira Hidalgo, Venezuela’s Charge D’Affaires in South Korea

The International Strategy Center is launching a Venezuela Solidarity campaign to dispel the mainstream media’s blackout and misinformation about Venezuela’s Revolutionary process.

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