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Updated:2016-08-11 08:09:57
Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallPublic opinion in the Republic of Korea is divided over whether the deployment of the United States Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense anti-missile system is in the national interest.Many of those in their 20s, 30s or 40s disagree with the decision. And anti-THAAD lawmakers have demanded an open debate in the National Assembly to discuss whether the THAAD is really in the ROKs interests militarily, diplomatically and economically.THAAD is incapable of defending against the potential missile threat from the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, as the DPRKs missiles travel at a lower altitude than those THAAD is designed to intercept. Even if that was not the case, one THAAD battery would not be able to provide protection against all the DPRK missiles. 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