The Use and Misuse of History: What Should We Learn From the Korean War?
By (Clark) Aoqi Wu
Drawing the wrong lessons from the end of the Korean War hinders a useful assessment of deterrence in the original Cold War.
Lessons From the Korean War for Ukraine
By George Monastiriakos
Russia can’t achieve total victory in Ukraine today for the same reason why the U.S. was unable to defeat the Korean communists decisively in the 1950s: rational and self-imposed restraint.
UN Sending States: The Forgotten Parties in the Korean War
By Clint Work
Besides the U.S., 15 other states joined the defense of South Korea under the United Nations Command. They can still play a role on the Korean Peninsula today.
War and Truce: The Korean Armistice at 70
By Se Young Jang
Why was the Korean War never permanently ended? Part of the answer is rooted in the role of South Korea in settling this military conflict.
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.
‘The War to Resist America’: How China Remembers the Korean War
By Joe Renouard and Woyu Liu
It may be “the forgotten war” in the U.S., but the Korean War is far from forgotten in China.
The Korean War at 70
By Yoav J. Tenembaum
Remembering the outbreak of a conflict that still echoes today.
India’s Forgotten Links to the Korean War
By Nabarun Roy
A proposed Korean War memorial in Delhi will recall India’s role, which ranged from high politics to individual stories.