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The Korean War in Retrospect provides a compilation of presentations from a conference sponsored by the Center for National security Law and the John Bassett Moore Society at the University of Virginia Law School to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War. The major focus of the conference falls on the nature and ramifications of the war and what can be learned from the results in the long term in regard to the practice of war and foreign policy.
|Civil War of a Sort: The International Origins of the Korean Conflict||p. 3|
|The Korean War: A Case of Failed Deterrence?||p. 45|
|The Intelligence Setting and NSC-68||p. 59|
|The Good Theory and Bad Practice of Deterrence in Korea||p. 65|
|Korea and Collective Security||p. 91|
|The Collective Security Experience: Some Lessons from the Korean War||p. 105|
|United Nations Collective Security: Its Once and Future Role||p. 119|
|Limited Warfare and Democratic Government||p. 131|
|Moral Reasoning, Limited War, and American Democracy: The Korean Warning||p. 139|
|Intelligence Failures and the Political Objectives of the War||p. 161|
|Reminiscences of the Korean Armistice Negotiations||p. 165|
|Maintaining the Peace: An Assessment of the Peace Accords||p. 179|
|Ramifications of the War||p. 187|
|Concluding Remarks||p. 193|
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Number Of Pages: 216
Published: June 1998
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.1 x 14.5 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.36