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
A policy of patient preparedness—bracing for the worst, getting through another day, another year, another term without another war—is how U.S. presidents have measured success in Korea for 63 years. It’s a low bar, to be sure. But given what Korean War II would look like, it’s a worthy goal.
Alan DowdAugust 12, 2016