Visiting Korea’s DMZ in the time of Trump

“Don’t you have to have a US passport to go on this tour?” It’s a Saturday morning in May and my associate Euan and I are at Seoul’s endearing postwar barrack of the USO, “home away from home” for US troops, ready for our trip into that strange strip of land between North and SouthContinue reading “Visiting Korea’s DMZ in the time of Trump”