America should not ask South Korea to host intermediate-range missiles

The United States formally withdrew from the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia last month. That accord had prohibited all land-based surface to surface missiles, regardless of the type of warhead, with ranges from roughly 310 miles to 3,400 miles. Within days, new Defense Secretary¬†Mark Esper told reporters that the United States would like … Continue reading America should not ask South Korea to host intermediate-range missiles