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'Blind men': End of South Korea-Japan pact undermines bid to understand North Korea threats

Reuters Friday, 23 August 2019
South Korea's decision to scrap an intelligence-sharing pact with Japan could harm efforts to understand threats from North Korea, and potentially weaken the ability to monitor its missile launches, officials and analysts say.
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Tokyo summons Seoul's top envoy to protest against decision as two Asian neighbours and US allies continue to squabble.

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