Brendan M. Howe

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The threat from North does not come from North Korean nukes, it comes from the Soviet-era artillery all along the DMZ (the 250-kilometer de-militarized zone that separates the South from the North). THAAD cannot defend against Soviet-era artillery. Really, it doesn't improve South Korea's security at all. Even if he decides that THAAD has to remain, maybe there is a way he can allay Chinese fears over the radar penetration. It's going to be a very difficult negotiation but I think that is the only way forward.feedback
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Mar 15 2017 THAAD
This page is completely dedicated to what Brendan M. Howe has to say. All of Brendan M. Howe’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Brendan M. Howe came from an article called The impossible first task for South Korea’s next president: make both the US and China happy: “The threat from North does not come from North Korean nukes, it comes from the Soviet-era artillery all along the DMZ (the 250-kilometer de-militarized zone that separates the South from the North). THAAD cannot defend against Soviet-era artillery. Really, it doesn't improve South Korea's security at all. Even if he decides that THAAD has to remain, maybe there is a way he can allay Chinese fears over the radar penetration. It's going to be a very difficult negotiation but I think that is the only way forward.”.
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