In the past I wrote of my defeat at the hands of Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army Kim Jong Un and the North Korean People’s Army, and how I lost a nation with the world’s 12th largest economy to a backward state with fewer paved roads than Haiti.
In a game called Next War: Korea, that is.
Painful as that was, losing the Korean peninsula to totalitarianism taught me some surprising lessons, many of which run counter to conventional wisdom about a real war.Sponsored Ads
Would these lessons apply to a real war in Korea? I’m not sure, and I doubt anyone is. But they’re worth thinking about, all the same.