Experts guess that North Korea has less than ten nuclear weapons, a tiny amount compared to nations like China, the US or Russia. But the Hermit Kingdom’s unpredictable and belligerent behavior, located on one of the world’s last remaining Cold War fault lines, make it an outsized threat. Following is analysis and opinion from Ploughshares Fund staff, grantees and guests on the ongoing struggle to deal with nuclear weapons in North Korea.
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@NPR asks why replace #nukes? http://t.co/5xrJjmzApf George Shultz thinks not: http://t.co/3uXILq1UCK (see 19:15) — 1 hour 38 min ago
RT @CarlRobichaud: Was a nuclear weapons lab employee fired for writing about the elimination of nuclear weapons? http://t.co/f6MvOua4Tx vi… — 1 hour 45 min ago
#IranDeal negotiating on pause. Meanwhile, North Korea still developing missiles, via @NTI_GSN http://t.co/uLzYiGhlTZ #nuke — 23 hours 28 min ago