US-South Korea missile agreement draws Seoul deeper into Washington-Beijing rivalry, analysts say

The United States has given South Korea free rein to develop missiles that can reach beyond the Korean peninsula, a move analysts say has brought a US frontline ally with fast-developing weapons technology deeper into the mounting rivalry between Washington and Beijing.

Following his Friday summit with US President Joe Biden at the White House, South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in said he was “pleased to announce the termination of the missile guidelines” that had restricted Seoul’s development…

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