North Korea's missile show tests Japan's tolerance

Barr, Cameron W.
September 1998
Christian Science Monitor;9/4/98, Vol. 90 Issue 198, p11
Examines how Japan has responded to the test firing of a ballistic missile by North Korea in 1998. Why Japan and South Korea are fearful that North Korea will launch other missiles; The diplomatic response of Japan; The decision by Japan and South Korea to conduct joint military exercises; The challenge that Japan faces in confronting North Korea.


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