Is a Breakthrough Possible On the Korean Peninsula?

Eugene, Toni
January 2016
Army Magazine;Jan2016, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p16
The article reports that U.S. Forces Korea hosted visits from U.S. military leaders after insults and threats between South Korea and North Korea. The high level talks agreed by both countries is mentioned. The allegations of South Korea and U.N. Command/Combined Forces Command/U.S. Forces Korea, led by General Curtis M. Scaparrotti, saying that North Korea planted a land mine that injured two South Korean soldiers patrolling near the border is cited.


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