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The Reason North Korea Developed Nuclear Weapons: Survival

Andrei Lankov Security, Asia They openly say that Saddam Hussein would still be alive if he had actually possessed weapons of mass destruction. So what does the U.S. do about it?  North Korea has done it again. On October 9 they conducted yet another nuclear test, so far the most powerful and arguably the most successful. To make matters worse, there are good reasons to expect that another test is in the making.
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