miércoles, 24 de julio de 2013

Enhancing South Korean–U.S. Naval Capabilities Is Critical to American Interests

After two North Korean attacks in 2010, South Korea began to redress its naval shortcomings, but deficiencies remain that could put allied interests at risk during the next military conflict. South Korea needs to strengthen its anti-submarine warfare, amphibious, and C4ISR capabilities. The United States needs to reverse course on its defense budget reductions, which are raising doubts among U.S. allies (and enemies) about the ability of the U.S. to keep its security commitments. Beyond putting its fiscal house in order, the U.S. needs to work to improve bilateral and trilateral defense cooperation among South Korea, Japan, and the United States. (Read More)

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