Counter-Nuclear Tools For South Korea

South Korea's 2014 defense budget, if approved as is, will see a 3.8% increase—good news by global standards, but well below the country's 10-year average growth rate of 7%. The government's campaign pledge to boost social welfare programs is squeezing defense spending, pushing its share of the...

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