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Amakatura Murou wrote:True, America's foreign patterns do prove our inherent desire to invade anyways. I believe we would have simply found other ways to support our actions; Truman's containment policy would have still been relevant, just not as pitied as when South Korea was invaded.
Metaman wrote:Amakatura Murou wrote:
A brief glance over history should be enough to tell you what the decision makers and elites are interested in, and so what they would probably do.
In the concrete case of Korea, perhaps a parallel with Nicaragua works, where the US (read: US elites) used a proxy army to bring the country to heel—in violation of international law.
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