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This student essay consists of approximately 9 pages of analysis of The Korean War.
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The Korean War

Summary: Essay on analysis of the Korean Conflict/War as well as the current situation.
The struggle between North and South Korea, referred to by many as the "Korean Conflict" was rooted from the struggles between the communist and democratic groups from the end of the Cold War. What had started out as a civil war in this tiny peninsula because of ideological clashes had quickly spread to an international war between the two great powers, the United States supporting the Southern Anti-Democratic party under the control of Rhee Sigmann and Soviet Union joining sides with the Communist Party of the North led by Kim Il Sung. However, although this major conflict had undoubtedly started from the struggles during the Cold War, this problem has greatly evolved since the cease-fire agreement made in 1953. The feud between the two great powers and their fanaticism to spread their ideological ways took a large lead forward with this conflict and decreased the chances of any...

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