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Human Rights, And FONOPS, Key For US In Indo-Pacific

Posted by Colin Clark on


US military leaders from across the Pacific are speaking with one voice about what the US needs to do in the region, and what the Chinese aren’t doing.

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Recent North Korean Missile Launches Don’t Change ‘Palpable’ Drop In Tensions: Gen. Abrams

Posted by Colin Clark on


Gen. Robert Abrams tells Breaking Defense, “Recent activities on the peninsula have not changed that palpable reduction of tension on the peninsula.”

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First UN Mil-Mil Talks With North Korea In 11 years; What They Mean

Posted by Colin Clark on


  WASHINGTON: Most observers of President Trump’s North Korean diplomacy are understandably skeptical of whether the Hermit Kingdom is any closer to curbing expansion of its nuclear arsenal. But presumptive commander of UN Korean Forces did present evidence today to the Senate Armed Services Committee that the temperature of conflict on the Korean peninsula really… Keep reading →

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THAAD Missile Defenses Deploy To South Korea: How Will North Korea, China React?

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


American THAAD missile defense vehicles landed at Osan, South Korea today after almost eight months of waiting. Now the question is how the North and China react. Increasingly threatened by North Korean missiles — most recently test-launched just yesterday — the South agreed last July to host the US Army’s Terminal High Altitude Area Defense… Keep reading →

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Korean Right Campaigns to Keep Joint HQ With US

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


As the US commander in Korea requests reinforcements against the Northern threat and the Chinese stage one of their regular river-crossing exercises along the Yalu, conservatives in South Korea are campaigning to keep the joint US-Korean military headquarters that is currently slated to be dissolved in 2015. One of Korea’s most prominent newspapers, the right-leaning… Keep reading →

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