October 28, 2003

JIM DUNNIGAN ARGUES that even if North Korea has developed nuclear weapons, it’s probably not an immediate threat. Maybe not — he’s right that building something that goes bang is different from building something that’s deliverable as a weapon. But didn’t India and Pakistan make that transition fairly quickly? And, once it has those, aren’t things rather a lot worse?

More reason to do what we can to hasten the Kim Jong-Il regime’s demise. As if these aren’t enough.

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