The more you remove the Kim family monarchy in the North, the more you own the problem — and areresponsible for, among other things, feeding and policing the population. Even if you can persuade the UN to put in peacekeepers, the United States is going to have to provide the logistics — few other nations are capable of doing even a fraction of it. There almost certainly would be major humanitarian relief operation, at the very least.
當你越移除在朝鮮金氏家族的君主權威，你擁有的問題就越多，而且還要負責養育和監督人口。即使你可以說服聯合國投入維和人員，美國也要提供物流 - 其他幾個國家都有能力做甚至一小部分工作。至少主要的人道主義救濟行動幾乎肯定會有。
I remember being told that U.S. military planners were especially concerned by the northeastern part of the North, up near Russia. What if that chunk held out, declined to agree to a cease fire, and insisted it was carrying on the great traditions of the Kim family? Then you are going to need more than peacekeepers. And we all know what the warnings about getting bogged down in a land war in Asia are.