Khue Dieu Do (Đỗ Diệu Khuê) is a recent Ph.D. from Seoul National University Graduate School of International Studies. She received her M.A. from the same school in Seoul, and her B.A. from University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University in Hanoi, where she was born. She was also a visiting researcher at the George Washington University’s Department of History, before contributing to an edited volume “Korea and the World: New Frontiers in Korean Studies” (Lexington Books, 2019). Her research interests include modern Korea, U.S. relations with East and Southeast Asia during the Cold War, and the dynamics among Asian Socialist states. At Harvard, she focuses on the public memory of the 1979 Sino-Vietnamese border war among different societies.