George Lopez

George Lopez

The Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor Emeritus of Peace Studies
Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

321 Hesburgh Center


  • Peace studies
  • Economic sanctions
  • Repression and human rights violations
  • Ethics and the use of force

NBC News

South Korea's talks with North are going well, unlike Trump's

The Christian Science Monitor

What sanctions on Turkey say about Trump's brand of diplomacy

Iran Sanctions Return to Full Force

The Hill

The Iran sanctions are bound to fail

Associated Press

US warns of North Korea’s global outsourcing of forced labor

The Hill

Fear over nuclear war runs high 50 years after nonproliferation treaty

Did the sanctions bend North Korea? (Les sanctions ont-elles fait plier la Corée du Nord ?)

Sanctions Expert George Lopez On Canceled North Korea Summit And U.S. Sanctions On Iran


Locals react to Trump canceling meeting with Kim Jong Un

The Hill

America should take caution with maximum pressure Iran sanctions

Luke Messer nominates President Trump for Nobel Peace Prize


Why Netanyahu's revelations should make Trump uphold the Iran nuclear deal

The Nobel Peace Prize to Trump? Really? (Le Nobel Dd La Paix À Trump? Vraiment ?)

The Hill

South Korea has critical peace balancing act with North Korea


North Korea Evades Sanctions With Help From Ships of Many Names

Olympic detente eases North Korean tensions

Nouvelle salve de sanctions contre la Corée du Nord (New salvo of sanctions against North Korea)

Why North Korean Fishing Boats Are Turning Up Off Japan's Coast


US asks UN to ban 10 ships from world's ports over North Korea ties

The Guardian

US could broaden its use of nuclear weapons, Trump administration signals

NBC News

Trump’s North Korea policy could trigger famine, experts warn


Gold trader says he made 'maybe $150 million' from plot to beat Iran sanctions


North Korea's mystery ship: The curious case of the Hao Fan 6


The UN’s Problem With North Korea Is Africa

Background Briefing

The Huffington Post

Threat From North Korea No Longer Hypothetical, Arms Experts Warn