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Buying a big stick: South Korea's military spending has North Korea worried

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019
South Korea and North Korea have continued to pour resources into modernizing their militaries despite a frenzy of diplomacy since 2018, data shows, creating a point of tension that has sharpened as talks have stalled.
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