Branding an Aggressor: The Commonwealth, the United Nations and Chinese Intervention in the Korean War, November 1950–January 1951

@article{Barnes2010BrandingAA,
  title={Branding an Aggressor: The Commonwealth, the United Nations and Chinese Intervention in the Korean War, November 1950–January 1951},
  author={R. Barnes},
  journal={Journal of Strategic Studies},
  year={2010},
  volume={33},
  pages={231 - 253}
}
  • R. Barnes
  • Published 2010
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Strategic Studies
Abstract The crisis following China's intervention in the Korean War led to a significant rift between the United States and the Commonwealth at the United Nations (UN). This article examines the conditions under which the Commonwealth became united and was able to directly influence UN decision-making. It concludes that, when united, the Commonwealth could not easily be ignored by Washington, and thereby acted as an agent of constraint upon the Western superpower. 
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