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Workshop 8: Lectures & Activities


Activity Two:
Final Thoughts on Korea and the Cold War

Watch Lecture Two. Use the questions to guide your reflection. Facillitator's Note


Consider These Questions

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Did the experience of Korea make an impact on later foreign policy? If so, how?

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If a student asked you why they should study Korea, how would you answer?


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"Korea also provides an object lesson in how containment could work. The Soviet Union did not want to confront the United States, and Korea starts a pattern by which proxies fight the Cold War."
— Jonathan Chu



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