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Japan’s defense intelligence-sharing agreement with South Korea could be in jeopardy as Seoul weighs its options amid a trade and history clash with Tokyo that threatens joint efforts to rein in Pyongyang’s nuclear program.

South Korea’s presidential Blue House confirmed Friday that it would review whether to continue the General Security of Military Information Agreement, a key cog in tripartite security cooperation with the United States.

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