Nuclear Threat Prompts Japan, South Korea to Resume Talks

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  • Nakatani trip comes as Park prepares to host Li and Abe
  • Japan will seek to revive intelligence-sharing agreement

When Gen Nakatani arrives in Seoul on Tuesday he’ll be the first Japanese defense minister to visit South Korea in nearly five years, signaling that growing regional security risks are trumping the disputes over territory and history that have blighted relations between the countries.

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