Japan’s vow to enforce North Korea sanctions more bark than bite

TOKYO — As enforcement of U.N. sanctions against North Korea tightens, Japan is bumping up against constitutional restrictions on what its Maritime Self-Defense Force ships are allowed to do during peacetime. On Jan. 20, Taiwanese authorities said they …
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