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10 Reasons Why the U.S. Must Sign a Peace Treaty with North Korea

The Korean Armistice, which called for a peace process and the withdrawl of all foreign forces from the Korean peninsula temporarily stopped the raging war in Korea in 1953; however, more than six decades later no peace treaty or agreement has replaced the Armistice Agreement. This document was prepared by a coalition of U.S. groups working for peace and reconciliation in Korea for the 2013 Peace Weekend in Washington, D.C.