How close is North Korea to fitting a warhead on a missile?
North Korea's ICBM, analysis suggests, could be fitted with a nuke today
North Korean missiles are a challenge to understand and to analyze, especially in the early stages of appearance, whether as full-scale mock-ups at parades, or during the first hours after launch. Analysts across the globe, both amateurs and professionals in the field of missiles and rocketry, are trying to understand the designs and characteristics of DPRK missiles – and there is a race among many to publish first.
This haste often leads to wrong conclusions, and misinterpreted technical data leads to mistakes in assessing Pyongyang’s true ballistic capabilities. Many times we see wonderful looking drawings of the
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