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North Korea Nuclear News

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On June 13, 2009
Fox News is reporting this morning that North Korea has declared the existence of its uranium program, and is threatening the weaponize its remaining plutonium. The New York Times confirms the latter, but not the former, and I can’t seem to find the text of the North Korean declaration (although CNN confirms the Fox account). […]

Question…

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On May 31, 2009

At this point, knowing that the North Koreans are facing hard limits on fissile material, wouldn’t it make sense just to dare them to conduct additional nuclear tests? Share

Egads. North Korea, facing international sanction for this week’s nuclear test, threatened on Wednesday to attack the South after Seoul joined a U.S.-led initiative to check vessels suspected of car

Nork Nuke the Next

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On May 25, 2009
The catchy title is intended to obscure the fact that I have nothing useful to say on North Korea’s second nuclear test. Seems to have gone better than the first one. Will probably make the Japanese even more twitchy. Share

"Be Very Afraid" Idiocy of the Day

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On March 17, 2009
Kevin Coleman at Defense Tech: In any contest there is an outside chance a long-shot could come from behind and win. The race for cyber warfare dominance is no different. In the recently updated “Cyber Warfare Capabilities Estimate” (2009 version) those who could break out of the pack and come from behind and take a […]
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