As North Korea continues to develop its ballistic missile strategy and shows its desire and capability to employ more conventional naval might in the Pacific, the country “remains one of the United States’ most critical security challenges in Northeast Asia,” a new U.S. Defense Department report says. “North Korea remains a security threat because of its willingness to undertake provocative and destabilizing behavior, including attacks on the Republic of Korea (ROK), its pursuit of ...
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