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North Korea Is Much More Dangerous Than Most People Realize

Ryan Pickrell Security, Asia Lots of reasons why.  North Korea is able to make its own missile technology and is becoming less dependent on foreign support, breaking the chains that have held it back in the past. The New York Times, rehashing an inaccurate Washington Post article from a month ago, asserted Monday that North Korea bought the engine for its new intermediate-range and intercontinental ballistic missiles from Ukraine, which while backed by some independent analysis does not appear to be supported by the American intelligence assessments.
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