Singapore Renews U.S. Base Access Deal

Credit: P-8: James Drew
KUALA LUMPUR—Singapore and the U.S. on Sept. 23 renewed a defense pact that allows U.S. forces use of the Southeast Asian country’s air and naval bases, extending it by 15 years. U.S. President Donald Trump and Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong signed the renewed pact in New York. Lee was...

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