70 Years of Separation: The Families Who Remain Divided by the Korean War
By Eugene Lee and Paul K. Lee
Whether driven apart by the war or through more recent adoptions and defections, Korean Americans have few options for reuniting with their families.
Time for US-North Korea Family Reunions
By Jina Kang
At their next meeting, Trump and Kim should discuss reuniting Korean Americans with their families in North Korea.
Singapore: A Last Chance to Reunite Divided Korean-American Families
By Paul Kyumin Lee
The Singapore summit is an opportunity to make reunions between Americans and their families in North Korea a reality.
How the Japan-Korea 'Comfort Women' Debate Plays out in the US
By Mary M. McCarthy
10 years ago, Congress made its first foray into a tense historical issue involving two U.S. allies.