Brothers at War
The Unending Conflict in KoreaBook - 2013
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[On the Clinton Administration's Agreed Framework between the United States of America and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea]
A Washington Post editorial opined, "How can such an agreement even be defended? ... It pays North Korea, and handsomely, for returning to the nonnuclear obligations it took on and violated and ideally should not have been paid for at all... The accord sets an international precedent that lets the North Koreans keep hiding for years the very facilities whose inspection would show their nuclear cheating to day."
Mac Arthur had become deeply despondent over the consequeces of China's intervention.
Smith made headlines around the world when he refused to call the withdrawal a retreat,"Retreat hell" he said,"We are not retreating. We're just advancing in a different direction."
Stalin's death was a turning point in the war, although few had been prepaired for it.
In the emerging cold war environment, a calculated determination was made that rebuilding Japan, rather than punishing Japanese war criminals, would better serve the long term security interests of the United States and the free world.
instigating crises in response to internal domestic turmoil, a familiar North Korean tactic ....
North Korea had survived by playing the two communist powers against each other, but this leverage would no longer be available.
The tiger wanted to eat human beings when it would do so would depend on its appetite.
Mao had also based his decision to enter the war on the understanding that China would receive air support from the Soviet Union.
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