Title

Korean War: Open Questions

Abstract

The article offers several facts about Korean War. Topics discussed include the lived experience of North Koreans in the war; Korea-style direct military confrontation between China and the U.S., and long peace building strategies between the countries; and lasting legacies of Korean War special operations. It also informs that thousands of Koreans ever returned from their suicidal missions behind enemy lines in North Korea during the Korean War.

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Publication Date

Summer 7-1-2020

Publication Title

The Wilson Quarterly

Department

East Asian Studies

Additional Department

Russian and East European Studies

Document Type

Article

Notes

Issue: "Korea: 70 Years On"

Keywords

Korean War (1950-1953), Experience, Armed forces, Special operations, China-United States relations

Language

English

Format

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