The Trump administration is pressing to replace U.S. ICBMs.
Sanctions have failed to prevent North Korea from developing nuclear warheads for missiles.
Seeking to export more drones, the Trump administration has loosened export restrictions.
Under a revised U.S.-South Korean agreement, Seoul will be allowed to developed solid-fueled space-launch vehicles.
The Trump administration hopes to expand sales by reinterpreting the Missile Technology Control Regime.
China Deploys New Missile Submarines
Japan Suspends Aegis Ashore Deployment
Upgraded Nuclear Weapon Passes F-15 Test
The Pentagon is moving to develop once-banned missiles even as U.S. allies are not eager to host them.