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[Financial Times] In South Korea, a quiet debate over conscription is heating up

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But Kim Hyung-nam, a co-ordinator at the Center for Military Human Rights, says that reforming the barracks culture should be the top priority, whether it is a conscription-based or all-volunteer force.

“We are still seeing non-combat deaths of around 100 a year, the bulk of them being suicides,” he says. “Young men hate to join the military and will not volunteer unless their treatment improves.”  

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