STRATEGY: The Lamb & the Butcher

For two years Russia has stalled U.S. efforts to plan jointly the freedom of a united Korea. But in her zone north of the 38th parallel, Russia has quietly built up a one-party, Communist-led government, trained and armed a big native Korean army (more than 100,000 men). In the South Korean U.S. zone the big Russian delegation (more than too "experts") to the joint U.S.-Soviet Commission in Seoul was supposed to be helping the U.S. to plan Korean unity. Instead, the Russians have spent most of their time organizing South Korean Communists, and setting up an elaborate espionage...

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