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The Korean War’s Forgotten Lessons on the Evil of Intervention
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The Korean War’s Forgotten Lessons on the Evil of Intervention
November 21, 2020

When politicians or generals appear itching to pull the United States into another foreign war, remember that truth is routinely the first casualty. It is naive to expect a government that recklessly slays masses of civilians to honestly investigate itself and announce its guilt to the world.

The Korean War Atrocities No One Wants to Talk About
June 26, 2020

When politicians or generals appear itching to pull the U.S. into another foreign war, remember that truth is routinely the first casualty. The blood of civilian victims of U.S. wars is the political version of disappearing ink. But the kinfolk and neighbors of those victims could pursue vengeance regardless of whether cover-ups con the American people.

The Korean War Atrocities No One Wants to Talk About
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America the Victim: Are Enemies Lining Up for Revenge in the Wake of the Coronavirus?
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America the Victim: Are Enemies Lining Up for Revenge in the Wake of the Coronavirus?
April 30, 2020

It is important to note that no Americans have been killed or injured as a result of recent Iranian, Russian, or Chinese and North Korean actions.

North Korea Claims No Coronavirus Cases. Experts Detect Another Reality
April 20, 2020

Something is missing from the statistical charts and maps of Covid-19 in East Asia: credible data on the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea.

North Korea Claims No Coronavirus Cases. Experts Detect Another Reality
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As North Korea Shows, Trump Is a Terrible Negotiator
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As North Korea Shows, Trump Is a Terrible Negotiator
December 27, 2019

Trump brings to mind Samuel Johnson’s comment: “Men who cannot deceive others are often very successful at deceiving themselves.” Maybe he blustered his way into a few good deals during his time in private business. But when it comes to high-stakes negotiations with foreign adversaries, he’s a lamb among wolves.

Why Trump is Winding Up Tensions with North Korea
December 25, 2019

After 18 months of on-off diplomacy with North Korea, the Trump administration seems determined to jettison the fragile talk about peace, reverting to its earlier campaign of “maximum pressure” and hostility.

Why Trump is Winding Up Tensions with North Korea
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The Ongoing Cruelty of ‘Maximum Pressure’
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The Ongoing Cruelty of ‘Maximum Pressure’
November 1, 2019

North Korea is another example of the immorality and inefficacy of sanctions. The sanctions have been effective only in preventing sick and needy people from obtaining humanitarian assistance.

Trump’s Historic North Korea Visit Belied by Iran Aggression
July 5, 2019

The American president is appealing to North Korea through cordial dialogue for nuclear disarmament, while at the same time threatening Iran with bellicose rhetoric over non-existent weapons. What is he up to?

Trump’s Historic North Korea Visit Belied by Iran Aggression
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