North Korea’s nuclear-weapons tests, missile launches, and threats to attack American territory are hostile acts. What is debatable is how the United States and allies should respond.
Alan DowdSeptember 19, 2017
Though the State Department’s new travel ban to North Korea pertains to only tourism, this recent policy shift once again raises questions regarding evangelical humanitarian work in the reclusive country.
Moses Y. LeeSeptember 14, 2017
After North Korea’s successful ICBM test on July 4, does the Trump administration have any realistic policy options to deter the Kim Jong-un regime?
Rebeccah HeinrichsJuly 13, 2017
The South Koreans, including recently elected President Moon Jae-in, have never forgotten General Almond’s decision to rescue refugees from the Communists during the Hungnam evacuation.
Christopher L. KolakowskiJuly 11, 2017
It is past time to take North Korean crimes against humanity and the North Korean military threat very seriously.
Anne R. PierceApril 24, 2017
Here is what you should know about the secretive autocratic regime that has ruled North Korea for more than sixty years.
Joe CarterApril 21, 2017
There are legitimate reasons to brace for the worst on the Korean Peninsula. The challenge in bracing for the worst is to not hasten the worst.
Alan DowdApril 20, 2017
One area, happily, where President-elect Donald Trump has left little room for concern, at least during the campaign, is missile defense.
Alan DowdNovember 15, 2016
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
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