It’s Not Genocide When We Do It

Amnesia and denial in the North Korea narrative

A painting of the U.S. 65th Infantry Regiment’s bayonet charge against a Chinese division during the Korean War (Wikimedia Commons)

ust two months ago, President Trump found himself in an online shouting match with Kim Jong-un regarding whose nuclear button is bigger. A few months before that, Trump threatened to reign down “fire and fury” on Kim’s isolated nation. But this rocky relationship may be changing. The reality TV star-turned American Nightmare…