Korean War Remains Issue: Bones as Chips

by Mr. Mark Fitzpatrick

Fitzpatrick answers questions about the remains of up to 7,700 US service members who are still unaccounted for from the 1950–53 Korean War, and how these may factor into negotiating a framework for denuclearization. Based on North Korea’s past repatriations of remains, many of which were misleading or misidentified, there is room for doubt Kim’s current pledge to locate 200 more sets.


This article was originally published by International Institute of Security Studies. Read full article here.

Mr. Mark Fitzpatrick

Mr. Mark Fitzpatrick

Mark Fitzpatrick is Executive Director of the Americas office of the International Institute for Strategic Studies and Head of the institute’s Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Policy Program. He previously worked for 26 years in the U.S. Department of State. His research focuses on regional proliferation challenges and preventing nuclear danger in the era of 'nuclear renaissance'.
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