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Many were able to use their foreign connections to start illegal, but profitable, cross-border businesses
Despite public commitment by Trump and Kim, repatriations of Korean War veterans’ remains have stopped since July 2018
The event, originally planned for 1986, was pushed back, then shelved, and then finally revived and held in 2016
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Charles Armstrong reported to be "no longer teaching" at Columbia
Historian August Myrseth discusses the landmark festival's long-term impact
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