After 61 Years, Korean War Offers Modern Lessons

June 26th, 2011

By Dan Miller As we remember our military personnel who gave their lives during the conflict, we might also think about the reasons it happened and about how to diminish the likelihood of another, in Korea and elsewhere. Sixty-one years ago, on June 25, 1950, North Korea “unexpectedly” invaded South Korea.  As we remember our […]

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The Past Is Prologue

December 2nd, 2010

By Dan Miller So it is with China, Russia and Korea. The events leading up to the North Korean invasion of South Korea sixty years ago are, of course, now ancient history, dull and little considered in evaluating current events. Stalin, Mao and Kim il-Sung are dead. Unfortunately, their spirits survive and continue to haunt […]

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