South Korea’s decision to unilaterally scrap an intelligence-sharing agreement with Japan in the midst of missile threats from North Korea has sent waves of anger and frustration to Tokyo and Washington and is provoking a backlash against President Moon Jae-in’s erratic leadership.
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