South Korea’s axing of intelligence-sharing pact with Japan will hurt US as well: Analyst
Japan has slammed South Korea’s decision to end an intelligence-sharing pact between the two countries. The agreement sees the two US-allies sharing information on North Korea’s missile and nuclear programmes. Dr Lim Tai Wei, Associate Professor at the Singapore University of Social Sciences and adjunct senior research fellow at the East Asian Institute, was in the studio to explain how the move will impact the countries, and whether there would be any upside for North Korea.
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