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Topic - James L. Schoff
The U.S.-Japan decision to deploy the radar flows from North Korea's launch of a ballistic missile in April and the fact that the international community has failed to stop Pyongyang's missile program, said Mr. Schoff, who left the Pentagon over the summer and is now a scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
But James L. Schoff, a former senior adviser on East Asia to Mr. Panetta, said the message China should be getting about the deployment is: "This is the cost of not reining-in North Korea."