Role of Soviet Union
Soviet Union support North Korea and communism. During the Korean War, the United Nations met up and tried to discuss ways of solving the conflict and possibly unite the two countries once again. Soviet Union however, did not attend any of the meetings. They were boycotting. After South Korea and North Korea somewhat settled and South Korea was becoming independent, Soviet Union dropped its boycott. The United Nations proposed the solution "Uniting For Peace’. It stated that if the Security Council vetoed any initiative that was considered important for maintaining peace, the General Assembly should take over to keep going the impetus for peace. Soviet Union did not agree with this and were against it. The argument of the solution went on for a long period of time.
The Soviet Union did many unnecessary things during the war. They did help North Korea but also controlled them. They did not attend any meetings. If they did, it would have been easier to discuss problems and end the war quicker.