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2019: Withdrawal of U.S. Forces is Long Overdue

Geteiltes Korea:  U.S. Military in South Korea

Source: The Asia-Pacific Journal | Japan Focus Volume 17 | Issue 22 | Number 1 | Article ID 5325 | Nov 15, 2019
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Withdrawal of U.S. Forces from South Korea is Long Overdue:
Examining the Military Balance on the Korean Peninsula
Taoka Shunji

Introduction and Translation by Steve Rabson

On the eve of the seventieth anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War, the armistice of 1953 has still not led to a peace treaty, to U.S.-DPRK diplomatic relations, or to an end to the U.S. embargo on DPRK trade. Military affairs analyst Taoka Shunji makes a case for the withdrawal of U.S. forces from South Korea based on an analysis of South Korea’s military superiority over the North and the ability to call on U.S. naval and air support if necessary. While high level negotiations and Presidential summits involving Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump hold out the possibility of an accord, tensions remain high and there has been no basic agreement.

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