Under a new deal with the U.S., South Korea will nearly triple the range of its ballistics missiles, allowing it to strike all parts of North Korea and a sliver of China. The bilateral agreement comes after nearly two years of negotiations and "takes a modest step to close the technology gap with the North, an authoritarian police state that devotes as much as one-quarter of its gross national product to the military."
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