Of Bases and Budgets

Ahn, Christine; Lee, Hyun
October 2011
Foreign Policy in Focus;10/6/2011, p3
The article focuses on the U.S. Congress discussion about closing U.S. bases worldwide with huge military budgets spent for their maintenance. It cites a sexual harassment incident on a high school student in Korea by a U.S. soldier at Camp Casey that Seoul government issued arrest warrant to U.S. Forces in Korea (USFK) for a transfer to the criminal system of Korea. It also notes the report of the National Campaign for the Eradication of Crimes by U.S. Troops in Korea.


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