Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party on Tuesday held the first meeting of its new study team to consider whether the country should obtain the capability to attack enemy bases.
The team, set up under the Research Commission on National Security, was created after the government scrapped its plan to deploy the Aegis Ashore land-based missile defense system.
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