Is the Korean War Over Yet?

09/23/201823 Comments

So the Korean War ended this week. Or so you would believe if you scanned the headlines of the British tabloids.

North and South Korea have finally ended the Korean War after 65 years!” blares The Mirror.

And reading from the article:

North Korea’s williingness to abolish its missile facilities and close its main nuclear complex has been hailed as the end of the Korean War.

Speaking at their summit talks in Pyongyang, South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said they agreed to turn the Korean peninsula into a “land of peace without nuclear weapons and nuclear threats.”

[…]

A spokesperson said: “Leaders of the South and the North have in fact announced the end of the war on the Korean Peninsula by their agreements.”

Well, will you look at that! Who woulda thunk it?

As everyone knows, the Korean War didn’t really end in 1953. Instead, that’s when the US (representing United Nations Command) co-signed an armistice with North Korea and China to bring about the formal ceasefire that has held ever since. So it’s pretty amazing that the war officially ended this week, isn’t it?

Well, it would be, if it were true. Which of course it isn’t.

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