January 30, 2014

Will America's Asian Allies Go Nuclear?

David Santoro, The National Interest

The Associated Press

North Korea’s nuclear-weapon developments and belligerent rhetoric, along with China’s military modernization and growing assertiveness, are creating direct challenges for Japan and South Korea, Washington’s Northeast Asian allies.

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TAGGED: South Korea, Japan, Nuclear Weapons, United States

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