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Korean War and International Relations (Focusing on the origins of the war as relates to U,S. and Soviet Union's Foreign Policy)

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Authors

Choe, Myong Sang

Issue Date
1994
Publisher
Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University
Citation
Korean Journal of Policy Studies, Vol.9, pp. 153-169
Abstract
I believe the most important patriotic duty of Korean is to continue lasting
peace in Korea and reunify the Korean peninsula while promoting grbwrh and
prosperity. Although it has been almost fifty years since the outbreak of the
Korean War, we have yet to accurately examined the origins of the war. With the
recent death of Kim, Il-Sung, who might have had an intimate knowledge of the
facts, the effort to uncover truth of the origins of the Korean War seem even more
distant. With the truth behind veils, some Korean college students still have
believed the North Korean view that the Korean War was a war of national liberation
and the unification of the fatherland. These students even proclaim that the
South initiated the war.
ISSN
1225-5017
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/70358
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