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North & South Korea / The Danger of Post Cold War Nuclear Arsenals
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A 14 page discussion of the post Cold War nuclear threat imposed by Korea and the socio-political events that have made North Korea so especially dangerous. The writer provides an excellent look at international politics and the problems the U.S. has faced with regard to nuclear proliferation. Great attention is paid to detail. Bibliography lists 11 scholarly sources.
Filename: Korenuke.wps

Korean Unification: A Long and Bumpy Path
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This 40 page paper considers the issue of Korean unification and the process of achieving peace and reunification between North and South Korea. This paper considers the role the US is playing and the future of regional relations and attempts to assess why the process of reunification is so complicated. In addition, this paper focuses on other international elements, including the role of both Russia and the US, the post-Cold War influences on reunification, the problems of the existence of nuclear arms, and the Sunshine policy. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: MHKorea3.wps

Nuclear Tensions Between the U.S. and North Korea
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A 20 page paper that presents the nuclear tensions between the United States and North Korea, past and present, and how these tensions have created ongoing economic sanctions against North Korea in the present, despite provisions of the Framework Agreement. This paper postulates a stalemate between the two countries and provides the reasons behind those stalemates. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: Nkorea.wps

Stalin / USSR Agenda & The Korean War
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A 12 page essay on the Stalinist Agenda, the history behind it, and its application to the Korean War, and particularly the 38th Parallel. The writer also addresses the United States' and United Nations' agendas along the same thesis. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Ruskorea.doc

Chinese Involvement In The Korean War
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A 5 page analytical look at why China participated in the Korean War. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Chinkor.wps

Crossing the 38th Parallel, Significance To Korean War
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An 8 page essay on the Korean conflict and how crossing the 38th parallel altered the political and military objectives of the war.Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: 38thp.rtf

The Korean War
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This 12 page paper provides an overview of the Korean War, including what led up to it and the reasons behind it. Many subjects are addressed including McCarthyism, the cold war, propaganda, containment policy and the Eisenhower presidential campaign. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: SA16War.doc

The Korean War
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14 pages in length. A complete overview of the Korean War-- described as a 'new' experience for the United States. Discussed are the War's political objectives, military strategies, and more. An excellently-detailed report ! Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Koreawar.wps

The Korean War & Truman's Seizure Of US Steel Mills
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A 25 page research paper. The 1952 Supreme Court case of Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v Sawyer 343 U.S. 579 circumscribed the powers of the presidency for one of the few times in the history of the United States. Citing both the fragility of the national economy and the needs of the fighting troops of the Korean War, President Harry Truman seized most of the country's steel mills in an effort to avert a steelworkers' strike that could have put troops in active warfare in even more danger stemming from a lack of necessary machinery and materiel. Strikes were commonplace in 1952 when the Supreme Court determined that Truman had overstepped the bounds provided for the presidency by the framers of the Constitution. Other factors were at play, however, and it appears that not all of them were taken into account by the Court. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: KoreaMil.doc


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