Japan Moves Closer to Deployment of U.S. Missile Defense Shield

Japan moved closer to the introduction of a U.S. anti-ballistic missile shield, with Defense Minister Tomomi Inada saying Friday such systems would strengthen Japan’s defense capabilities. “We are investigating future systems for intercepting missiles …
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