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Topic - Ji Yong-Lim
Doing so, she said, justifies the ongoing need for a heavy U.S. troop presence while bolstering the market for American-made weapons.
"Maybe their agenda is to sell weapons to South Korea," she said, adding that if North and South Korea were to "become allies and have a stable relationship, I don't think it will benefit the United States."