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Falling Into Old Habits at the 38th Parallel

Ian Morris
Board of Contributors
Apr 18, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
South Korean soldiers stand on duty at the Demilitarized Zone along the 38th parallel, the line distinguishing North Korea from South Korea.

South Korean soldiers stand on duty at the Demilitarized Zone along the 38th parallel. The history of the line separating North Korea from South Korea traces back much further than the Cold War.

(ED JONES/AFP/Getty Images)

The line that separates North Korea from South Korea is not an artificial and interim arrangement. It's a geopolitical reality that has persisted for most of the last 6,000 years....

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