The Diplomat – For months, South Korea and Japan, two of the United States’ top Asian allies, have been embroiled in a bitter political spat over a controversial South Korean Supreme Court decision that ordered Japanese corporations to compensate Korean forced-labor victims from World War II. But South Korea’s recent move to scrap the General Security of Military Information Agreement (GSOMIA), a military intelligence-sharing pact with Japan…

More at The Diplomat


Write a Comment