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Topic - Timothy Brown
Four D.C. police officers were among nine people indicted Wednesday in connection with an assault last year outside a K Street nightclub in which a man lost an eye.
"The reason [the new radar] is being deployed is because the Japanese are increasingly alarmed about North Korea's missile capability," said Timothy Brown, a senior fellow at the think tank GlobalSecurity.org.
However, Mr. Brown said the real Chinese concern is not for the effectiveness of their strategic arsenal of intercontinental ballistic missiles, but that the radar also could be used against their anti-ship ballistic missiles.