"UN activity in the Korean War was nothing more than a cover for US anti-communism." Discuss.
The Korean War was the United Nation's first international conflict, in terms of its magnitude, it outstripped all other ventures conducted under the auspices of the UN, and is matched perhaps only by the Gulf War. The controversy surrounding its ambiguous commencement in June, 1950, resolves around the United States, the Security Council and the U.S.S.R, and it has often been argued that UN activity in the war was merely a cover for latent US interests, namely its containment policy.
UN activity in the Korean War began with the Security Council Resolution of July 7th, 1950, establishing…
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