When we see those striking images of President Trump standing beside Kim Jong-un, we are not looking at a great American achievement. We are looking at a concession.
Rebeccah HeinrichsJuly 1, 2019
Christians recognize the power of speech; after all, God brought the world into being with a Word. What we say has the ability to shape reality. Sometimes harsh language says it best.
Robert NicholsonApril 27, 2018
The US and South Korea should have contingencies ready in case negotiations with North Korea don’t go as planned.
Olivia EnosApril 26, 2018
H.W. Brands has written an excellent synthesis of the Truman-MacArthur controversy
Christopher L. KolakowskiApril 13, 2017
During WWII, children of the American Christian missionaries in Korea served in significant roles in the U.S. government and sought to direct U.S. attention and efforts toward Korea.
Robert S. KimOctober 11, 2016
The spread of Christianity in Korea and the city of Pyongyang, described in Part I, and the rise of Korean…
Robert S. KimOctober 6, 2016
Technological advancements of American adversaries reveals an “eroding” U.S. military edge and highlights the need for the third offset strategy.
Jessica MeyersAugust 23, 2016
A new South Korean film, Operation Chromite, is about a South Korean undercover team that rambunctiously clears the way for Douglas MacArthur’s celebrated 1950 landing at Inchon, which rescued the South from communist North Korean occupation.
Mark TooleyAugust 16, 2016
Does the brutal, provocative and nuclear-armed North Korean regime actually pose a threat to the United States?
Rebeccah HeinrichsApril 4, 2016
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