Tag Archives: Southeast Asia

“Comfort Women” aren’t unique to Japan or Korea. In the US military they’re called service women.

As a South Korean court decides that Japan owes more compensation to the Korean women it abducted during WWII to serve as “Comfort Women” for the Japanese troops, we should own up to the reality that all militaries rely on … Continue reading

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How long before we learn from Vietnam?

Americans can’t find their wars on a map as fighting spills into Pakistan Southwest Asia could be Southeast, Cambodia and Laos

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