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Brief Book Review: The Imjin War: Japan’s Sixteenth-Century Invasion of Korea and Attempt to Conquer China by Samuel Hawley

Pros: All aspects of the entire war were covered. Background information about the protagonists, Korea, Japan, China, put the war in historical context. Complicated political maneuvering of all three combatants were described well. Cons: The author is a journalist. At … Continue reading

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The US, Korea, and the Bitter Fruits of Empire

The 60th anniversary of the end of the hot phase of the Korean War has prompted much commentary. Much of it of course is nonsense as the advocates of empire can never acknowledge the folly of their policies. The Korean … Continue reading

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The Korean Endgame

While recent events have taken the spotlight off of Korea, the events on the Korean peninsula are still of vital importance. This is mainly due to the powder keg comprised of a desperate North Korean regime and the bankrupt governments … Continue reading

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Ron Paul on the US-Korea Issue

With much nonsense being spouted in the mainstream media about “threats” from North Korea, Ron Paul adds his usual commonsensical analysis. ‘The Korea Threat Tensions on the Korean peninsula have again reached a flashpoint, as the US and South Korea … Continue reading

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