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All Along the DMZ — Part IV

This is Part IV of a five-part series on the Korean DMZ inspired by Barry Lancet’s geopolitical thriller, The Spy Across the Table and my articles and essays about the DMZ and JSA. This originally appeared in Waking Up in the Land of the Morning Calm. “How would you like to fly up to the […]

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Give ’em Hell, Bill!

President Clinton’s Speech I’m feeling a little nostalgic today. On my way to school this morning, I listened to some 1992 Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, R.E.M, and Alice in Chains on my iPod. Hearing that music this morning, took me back to the fall of ’92 was when I was getting ready to leave the ELS school […]

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Way to go Bill!

Unless you haven’t heard the news already, former President Bill Clinton has won the freedom of two American journalists who were sentenced to hard labor in North Korea. Clinton had gone to Pyongyang this past Tuesday to see what he could do about having the North release Euna Lee and Laura Ling, who have been […]

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