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Imagining a 'Finlandized' Korea
By Ben Rimland
A recent proposal sparked controversy, but it's more feasible than it appears at first glance.
US Deploys 10 Long-Range Air-to-Ground Missiles to South Korea
By Franz-Stefan Gady
According to local media reports, U.S. forces deployed precision-guided missiles at an airbase in South Korea.
What's the Big Deal About These US-South Korea Military Exercises?
By Damen Cook
A closer look at the costs and benefits of the annual Foal Eagle-Key Resolve exercises.
It's Official: The United States and South Korea Agree to Deploy THAAD
By Ankit Panda
Talks are over. THAAD will be deployed on the Korean peninsula.
Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Who Should Pay for What?
By Leon Whyte
The cost burden of U.S. Forces Korea has become contentious, and is likely to remain that way.
South Korea: Who Should Have Wartime Command?
By Robert E. Kelly
The saga over U.S. OPCON – wartime control of the South Korean military – continues.