Issues for the 2012 Presidential Election

The United States of America is about to enter a presidential election year.  Actually, it already has entered the political season.  The election of 2012 will most likely turn on economics, but as Andy Johns pointed out in his blog, foreign policy is always important and next year’s contest will be no different.  In addition, […]

Introduction — the Korean War at 60 is proud to offer its second roundtable.  In recognition of the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War, we asked some of the most accomplished scholars on the conflict to reflect on the war’s significance for the world today.  We are honored to publish essays by William Stueck and James Matray on […]

Korea: Lessons and Legacies of a Memorable War

On 25 June 2010, we will commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of the beginning of the conventional phase of the Korean War when Communist forces staged a massive military offensive southward across the 38th parallel to reunite the nation.  At first blush, this event would seem to provide few lessons or legacies still relevant twenty years […]