A reported missile deal would build on previous agreements between the UK and Ukraine designed to strengthen Kiev's naval power.
North Korea offers up challenge for Trump
As North Korea prepares to test its first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump will face tough choices on how to rein in a country dedicated to obtaining an advanced nuclear-weapon capability.
A North Korean ICBM, armed with a nuclear warhead capable of surviving an atmospheric re-entry, would give Pyongyang its first capability of striking the continental US.
In November, the Obama administration conveyed to the incoming Trump administration that it considers North Korea a top national security priority.
However, Trump has confused many in the Washington establishment with mixed messages. In February 2016 Trump …
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