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BASIC ISSUES AND MAJOR POLICY ALTERNATIVES 7
JUSTIFICATION AND CRITIQUE OF THE FOUR MAJOR
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2d Division accept alliance allied Americans approach Asian basic big Communist powers billion China concern consequences costs and risks created deterrent disengage from Korea East Asia economic effect fact form of government four major policy future human rights important increase involved in Korea issue Japan Japanese Korea problem Korean armed forces Korean nation Korean Workers Party legitimization major policy alternatives major regional powers Mutual Defense Treaty nuclear weapons objective peace and stability peace in Korea peaceful unification peninsula policy considerations possible probably Pyongyang question reasons relations relationship Republic of Korea responsibility Seoul serious Sino-Soviet split South Korea South Korean armed South Korean government South Korean leadership Soviet Union status quo support for South tension U.S. Congress U.S. forces U.S. Government U.S. interests U.S. involvement U.S. Korea policy U.S. military forces U.S. military support U.S. policy unified united Communist Korea united Korea Vietnam war-fighting capability withdrawal withdrawing military