July 07, 1953
NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL REPORT, NSC 157/1, 'US OBJECTIVE WITH RESPECT TO KOREA FOLLOWING AN ARMISTICE'
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get citationNSC 157/1 analyzes the situation following the armistice in Korea and the problem of Korea's division in half. The report analyzes the North Korea/Communist, US, and South Korean positions regarding reunification. Although a unified Korea allied militarily with the US is not seen as a possibility, the report concludes that it might still be possible to achieve "a unified, neutralized Korea under a substantially unchanged ROK [South Korea].""National Security Council Report, NSC 157/1, 'US Objective with Respect to Korea Following an Armistice'," July 07, 1953, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, FRUS, 1952-1954, Volume XV. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/116204