Argument: Landmines in Korea would slow down invasion, thin enemy ranks

Issue Report: Mine Ban Treaty (Ottawa Treaty)


“South Korea Extols Some of the Benefits of Land Mines”. New York Times. 3 Sept 1997: “Every military expert is sure that the United States and South Korean forces could defeat a North Korean attack without using any land mines. But most of the experts say that to slow a North Korean invasion and hasten its end it would be helpful to lay down new mines as well as rely on existing minefields.”