Posts Tagged: korean war
In a world awash with weak states, powerful weapons, and crumbling institutions, conflicts can easily continue for generations — and perhaps never end.
Pyongyang’s latest nuclear test may be a last-ditch effort to get on the U.S. agenda before Obama leaves office and a hawkish new president comes in.
Until recently, Korean Americans were all but written out of the U.S. history of the Korean War. A rising group of artists, oral historians, and community members is writing them back in.
These brave women are about to make history by marching across the world's most militarized border.
In films like American Sniper and The Interview, Americans are the heroes and "furriners" are the targets: an undifferentiated group of people so alien that they're practically subhuman.
How one Korean-American woman got tangled up with the South Korean security state after a life-changing visit to the North.
A cooperative approach to the environmental damage done by overfishing could change the tenor of North-South relations in Korea.
For the Korean diaspora, international sporting events are a small but symbolically potent exercise in Korean reunification.
For 60 years, Koreans on both sides of the DMZ have awaited a peace treaty. Instead they've gotten an arms race and political repression.
The road to peace in Korea runs through Washington, but women must steward it along the way.