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Military Re-positioning

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Military Re-positioning

Military Re-positioning

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The Pentagon plans to pull American troops out of their positions along the Korean DMZ and establish new bases further south. Host Neal Conan and guests discuss what this decision means for the stability of the region and how it fits into the changing nature of U.S. military deployments around the world.

Guests:

Joel Wit
*Senior fellow of the International Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Ash Carter
*Co-director of the Preventative Defense Project at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government

Tom Donnelly
*Sr. defense policy analyst, American Enterprise Institute

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