The More We Wait, The Worse It Will Get | 38 North: Informed Analysis of North KoreaSeveral missile tests and the most recent nuclear test have demonstrated resolve and eagerness on behalf of the North Korean regime to become a nuclear weapons state. It seems that North Korean engineers and technicians have learned quite a lot in the last years. They still have to master miniaturization of bombs, warhead technology, the phase of reentry, and targeting. But the missile and nuclear tests moved up estimates of the timeline for fielding a reliable long-range nuclear missile and Mr. Kim does not need perfect solutions — simple nuclear devices can also be used to devastate large populated areas.
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Mr. Kim's Nuclear Missiles: Options for the Future
Jump to content. But the second North Korean nuclear crisis in —triggered over Pyongyang's allegedly illicit program of producing highly enriched uranium—not only shattered the Agreed Framework. The issue now threatens to spiral out of control. Claiming that it has been successful in diversifying as well as miniaturizing both plutonium and uranium bombs, North Korea officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea on February 12, , publicly proclaimed that it has become the ninth nuclear-weapon state. The North Korean nuclear threat is no longer hypothetical, but real and present. For now, South Korea officially the Republic of Korea still favors a peaceful settlement through dialogue and negotiations, especially the Six-Party Talks.