Problems after a cease-fire in korea
What to do about Red China is rapidly emerging as the most difficult problem for the United States in the Far East. Directly connected with it are the formidable political issues of the future of Formosa and Chinese Communist representation in the United Nations. Moscow and Peking are certain to press these questions in the peace negotiations that will follow successful conclusion of a Korean armistice.
Armistice talks between the U.N. Command, headed by the United States, and military representatives of North Korea and Red China have been limited to purely military questions. When they were broken off last October after 15 months of negotiation, agreement had been reached on all agenda items except repatriation of war prisoners. If the ...