Washington Scraps U.S.-South Korea Missile Guidelines, Range Grows
SINGAPORE—The U.S. has abolished the 42-year-old U.S.-South Korea Missile Guidelines, allowing South Korea to develop increasingly capable ballistic missiles. Termination of the clause effectively removes range and payload restrictions on South Korean missile developments, enabling the country to...
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