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Containment led to the US involvement in the Korean Conflict.

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That policy is called the 'containment policy'. It led to the US involvement in the Korean and Vietnam wars, among others.

The major factors that led to the Korean War were internal and external in nature. Internally, differences between competing Korean political parties were eventually considered to be beyond peaceful resolution and finally sparked the conflict. Externally, powerful nations (principally China and the United States) sought to influence the outcome, with each backing a different side. This led to an aggravation of the internal conflict and the involvement of foreign troops on Korean soil.

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North Korea's invasion of South Korea on June 25, 1950, led to the Korean War.

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