A reply to 【 斯大林死后, 面对美军对中国东北城市的轰炸,毛泽东立即同意停战 】： Not really.
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On May 21, 1953, Mr. Dulles met in New Delhi with Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and told him that, if the armistice negotiations failed, ''the United States would probably make a stronger, rather than a lesser military exertion, and that this might well extend the area of conflict.''
In a memorandum, Mr. Dulles said he assumed this would be relayed to the Chinese, with whom the Indians then had good relations. Syngman Rhee Opposed Truce
When Eisenhower took office, he did indeed wish to end the war in Korea. He traveled to the embattled peninsula in December 1952 to inspect the front and concluded that the war would go on forever unless he either agreed to an armistice or dramatically increased the American war effort.
As an experienced warrior, his first instinct lay in seeking outright victory. He mistrusted the North Koreans and Chinese to abide by an armistice, and in any case, the Truman administration had been laboring to secure a peace deal for two years. So Eisenhower started to plan with his advisers for a significant increase in the war effort, using conventional and nuclear weapons, to break the stalemate on the battlefield and push north to Pyongyang, and then impose a settlement on a defeated enemy. He told his colleagues that using nukes “would be worth the cost” and would lead to “a substantial victory.”