US shouldn’t sleep on major threat from North Korea

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This month marks 71 years since the signing of the Korean War armistice agreement, which ended more than three years of deadly combat and left the Korean Peninsula divided between North and South. Memories of the “Forgotten War” may have faded for many Americans, but for me, they are crystal clear. 

I was born in South Korea in the aftermath of the war in Incheon, the site of General Douglas MacArthur’s famous landing that gave allied armies a foothold to push back North Korean forces. While armed hostilities were over, devastation from the war remained. I have vivid memories as a young girl watching U.S. troops drive by in their trucks and throw out candies, my first taste of the freedom and opportunity of my adopted home.  

My experiences guide my work

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