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Ending the Korean War: Reconsidering the Importance of Eisenhower's Election

Robert Barnes
RUSI Journal, 27 June 2013
History, International Institutions
The first big confrontation of the Cold War did not end because of a US threat to use nuclear weapons, but because of a concerted international effort to find a negotiated solution at the UN

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