South Korea, US sign new cost-sharing deal for US troops

South Korea, US sign new cost-sharing deal for US troops

Officials signed a short-term agreement on Sunday to boost South Korea’s contribution toward the upkeep of US troops on the peninsula. About 28,500 US troops are stationed in South Korea, where the US has maintained a military presence since the Korean War. A previous deal lapsed after US President Trump called for the South to pay more.

KCooper
KCooper
Rational ific
Rational ific 1 year

Americans are all like, "US military bases in Korea and other places are imperialistic remnants that need to go away" and meanwhile, South Korea is like, "You want some more money to keep that base here?"

Center Right Latino
Center Right Latino 1 year

Well, would you look at that.

Zachary Brooks
Zachary Brooks 1 year

So like Kuwait they are paying us to be there? Can we get Kuwait to pay more now?

william snedker
william snedker 1 year

For wanting to denuclearise N.Korea this doesn’t sound like a good move

NPC#1337 T3H H0nkulAr
NPC#1337 T3H H0nkulAr 1 year

Would save more money by just letting everyone get on with it. A direct ally and japan with bases next door... could pull out of there and half of Europe save billions and still be just as secure.

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