Christine Ahn

Christine Ahn is a writer and activist. She works at the Global Fund for Women by day and by moonlight on a range of peace and social justice issues. She's a co-founder of the Korea Policy Institute, a columnist with Foreign Policy In Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies, and a fellow with the Oakland Institute. Christine is the editor of Shafted: Free Trade and America's Working Poor and a contributor to the Revolution Will Not be Funded: Beyond the Nonprofit Industrial Complex. Her op-eds have appeared in The International Herald Tribune/New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle and Asia Times. While at the Women of Color Resource Center, Christine produced the legendary Fashion Resistance to Militarism popular education fashion show.

Articles:

March 3, 2014

In a security conference held in Munich, Germany, Henry Kissinger said on a panel that “Asia is more in a position of 19th-century Europe, where military conflict is not ruled out,” given deteriorating tensions between China and Japan. Yet lurking behind its over 300 military bases and installments throughout the Asia Pacific is the U.S.

October 25, 2012

'Gangjeong style' is a parody of 'Gangnam Style' the hugely popular song and video by the South Korean hip hop artist PSY. 

August 5, 2011

Heroic Older Women Confront Korean Miltarism

By Christine Ahn

Dear friends,