Korean War Panel Finds U.S. Attacks on Civilians
“We welcome the efforts ... civilians killed on July 11, 1950, when American aircraft bombed the train station in Iri, a southern town many miles behind the front line. Two weeks earlier, on June 25, the North Korean Army invaded the South, starting the war.
North Korea's 'peace offensive': How should South Korea respond?
As a sign of good will, Pyongyang also agreed to resume holding reunions of families and relatives separated by the Korean War, a move that was quickly welcomed by the South. Pyongyang's overtures can easily be written off as part of a cycle that begins ...
How America Changed the Meaning of War
He went on to name as an "axis of evil" Iraq, Iran, and North Korea—three regimes seeking to build or already possessing weapons of mass destruction. To stop them, he stated, the Cold War policy ... In South Asia, nuclearization did not produce the ...
How did the world react to Obama's outline of the US global role? (+video)
The key announcement was that of a $5 billion "counterterrorism partnership fund" that would be earmarked for capacity building in other countries on the "front lines" of the effort to combat global terrorism, which Obama ... face-off with China in the ...
How to Stop the Next Korean War
For the first time in decades, a new war on the Korean peninsula appears to be a distinct probability. Not only does North Korea's regime ... an occasional slaughter of civilians), and the sinking of boats. How did South Korea react to all these acts?