War: Beyond the 38th?

Even after Jacob Malik leaves the president's chair this week (see above), he will be able to block the Security Council as a plain delegate from Soviet Russia, by using his veto power. For this reason, the U.S. last fortnight decided to put the question of Korea's future before the U.N. Assembly when it meets at Flushing in mid-September. Last week the word at Flushing was that the Assembly, not hamstrung by the veto, would probably recommend that the U.N. army in Korea 1) push beyond the 38th parallel, and 2) establish a unified regime for all Korea, under U.N....

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