July 25, 2019

As Talks Stall, North Korea Appears to Expand Its Nuclear Arsenal

By Duyeon Kim

Talks between the U.S. and North Korea raised hopes that Kim Jong Un will stop developing or even surrender his nuclear weapons. But security experts point to satellite images that they say show North Korea ramping up production of its arsenal over the past year.

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