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  • Why the Korean War Could End, or a Second Korean War Could Begin

    Robert Gallucci Security, Asia The Korean War could come to an end formally, legally, with a peace treaty which would replace the seventy-year-old armistice, or it could end, for all practical purposes, with the end to hostile relations between North and South Korea (ROK) and between North Korea (DPRK) and the United States, with no party having any real concern that war would break out again. It could end one way and not the other, or it could end both de facto and de jure, but I do not think...

    The National Interest
  • Family Wins Fight With Coronavirus Bureaucracy To Bury An American War Hero

    The ask from Phillip was simple: I will watch from the parking lot with my wife and our four children if we must, but please let my sister-in-law, her family, and my parents bury my brother.

    The Federalist
  • Korean Americans still feel the effects of a war that began 70 years ago

    We pay our respects to all who served and lost their lives. We must also honor them by making sure families remain here together and others are reunited.

    NBC News
  • How the Korean War Was Almost a Nuclear War

    Robert Farley History, Asia A close call. Key Point: MacArthur wanted to use nuclear weapons to win. Truman said no. In 1950, as U.S. forces retreated from China’s onslaught across the Yalu River, General Douglas MacArthur called for strategic air attacks against China. Many believed that this would necessarily include the atomic bomb, America’s “asymmetric advantage” of the time. More From The National Interest:  Yes, America Has a ‘Ninja’ Missile  How China Could Sink a U.S. Navy Aircraft...

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  • Trump says Americans killed by coronavirus will not have 'died in vain' as the economy is rebounding

    Donald Trump posted a video on Twitter on Friday night in which he said that Americans who lost their lives to COVID-19 will not have 'died in vain' because the economy is bouncing back.

    Mail Online
  • The coronavirus still kills hundreds of people in the US every day, but Americans have stopped caring — and it's not entirely their fault

    New cases of the coronavirus in the US continue to hit record highs, in sharp contrast to many other countries where illness rates have fallen off.  Experts told Business Insider part of the increase can be blamed on Americans' blasé attitudes, which are fueled by a politicization of the pandemic — but that's not the whole story. Public health guidance has also been both confusing, conflicting, and at times downright unhelpful and dishonest, making it really hard for Americans to know how to do...

    Business Insider
  • Time for a Korean Solution to Ending the Korean War

    Stephen Noerper Security, Asia Ultimately, there need be a Korean solution to the Korean divide, but the international community can cooperate and coordinate to the Peninsula’s benefit. By doing so, the international community would help mend the tragic rifts of the twentieth century, would help lay division to rest, and would meaningfully contribute to a more stable and prosperous Korean Peninsula by the year 2025. Editor's Note: As the world commemorates the 70th anniversary of the start of...

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