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A Korean Spring after the Winter Olympics is Unlikely. Here’s Why.

A Korean Spring after the Winter Olympics is Unlikely. Here’s Why.

  by Thomas L. Knapp Peace between the Republic of Korea (South Korea) the the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) suddenly seems closer than ever as the 2018 Winter Olympics open in Pyeongchang on February 9. The North is contributing athletes to a bi-national team with the South, and also sending a delegation […]

A Dozen US Stealth Fighters Arrive In Korea To Practice Tearing Up Kim Jong Un’s Stuff

A Dozen US Stealth Fighters Arrive In Korea To Practice Tearing Up Kim Jong Un’s Stuff

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Korea tensions rise ahead of US-South Korea joint military drill

Korea tensions rise ahead of US-South Korea joint military drill

Tensions were on the rise Sunday ahead of the largest ever US-South Korea air exercise, with Pyongyang calling it an “all-out provocation” that could lead to nuclear conflict as a US lawmaker warned of a growing likelihood of “preemptive war” on the divided peninsula.

Millennials, Communism and Asia…Oh My– The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Nov. 4-Nov. 10/Day 296-302) Week 42

Millennials, Communism and Asia…Oh My– The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Nov. 4-Nov. 10/Day 296-302) Week 42

By Michael Hernandez   Saturday, November 4 (Day 296): White House slams Bush legacy The White House attacked the Bush legacy after former Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush expressed their displeasure with President Trump in a new book (to be released Nov. 14), The Last Republicans: Inside the Extraordinary Relationship Between George […]

Some Americans are panicking about North Korea. Here’s why South Koreans aren’t.

The possibility of a military confrontation with North Korea is producing some alarming headlines around the globe. “North Korea: A potential train wreck in motion” blares the LA Times. “China warns of likelihood of war at any moment” cautions the Irish Times. One place where there doesn’t seem to be a lot of hysteria? Neighboring […]

The end of Declared Wars or Fight to Win

The end of Declared Wars or Fight to Win

    By Leo G. Alvarez Korea was the beginning of the US becoming involved in “Actions” rather than wars. Putting our boots on Korean soil put our military into a war that was never fought to be won, nor was land fought for to hold onto, nor were troops to remove bad governance to […]