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When the Republican Party Was Sane

After five losses in a row, Republicans were desperate to regain the White House following the 1948 election, when Harry Truman surged in the polls at the eleventh hour to defeat GOP standard bearer Thomas E. Dewey. Many party strategists looked to General Dwight Eisenhower, who was enormously popular for…
bubmag
August 24, 2020
Korean War

A Radical Movement to Take Back Our Cities

The New York City subway system makes an announcement at every stop: “Please step aside, and let the customers off the train first.” The public transit riders, the city insists, are customers before they are New Yorkers; they have a right to the train because they have paid $2.75 for…
bubmag
August 11, 2020
Korean War

BrandPost: Observe, Orient, Decide & Act to Drive Customer Centricity

IT leaders who combine the OODA loop with customer feedback and strategic technology enablers can pivot quickly to meet ever-changing customer expectations. iStock While some industries such as hospitality and transportation find themselves operating in markets where spending has drastically changed, other industries like grocers and home entertainment have seen…
bubmag
July 28, 2020
Korean War

Trump Marks 67th Anniversary of Korean War Armistice

U.S. President Donald Trump expressed unusual confidence in the South Korea-U.S. alliance on National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day, which fell on Monday. This year marks the 67th anniversary of the truce that halted the war. "Our Armed Forces continue to proudly serve side-by-side with our Korean military counterparts," Trump…
bubmag
July 28, 2020
Korean War

The children of Korean War prisoners who never came home

Lee witnessed the execution of her father and brotherWhen the Korean War ended in 1953, about 50,000 South Korean prisoners of war were kept in the North. Many were forced into labouring jobs against their will. Some were killed. Now their children are fighting for recognition, writes BBC Korea's Subin…
bubmag
July 27, 2020
Korean War

Only Korean Unification Can End the Korean War For Good

Editor's Note: As the world commemorates the 70th anniversary of the start of the Korean War, the Center for the National Interest’s Korean Studies team decided to ask dozens of the world’s top experts a simple question: Do you believe that the Korean War will finally come to an end before its next major…
bubmag
June 30, 2020
Korean War

Is North Korea Really Prepared to End the Korean War?

The end of the Korean War and peace on the peninsula are no more likely to occur as the result of a peace agreement than has North Korean denuclearization occurred as the result of multiple denuclearization agreements. Ultimately, North Korean objectives matter, and real peace does not appear to be…
bubmag
June 29, 2020