North Korea’s missile program: How far it has come, how far it needs to go
The DPRK has chalked up remarkable successes in acquiring a missile production infrastructure
North Korea’s leaders love to splurge on military parades, in which they strive to dazzle the world (and their subjects) with the spectacle of their military might. Pyongyang’s military parades are the epitome of martial pomp and circumstance, unparalleled anywhere in the world in their robotic exactitude.
Not since the Prussia of Frederick the Great has the world witnessed such geometrically perfect ranks of marionette-like, goose-stepping troops marching under the stern gaze of the Supreme Leader and a bevy of bemedalled generals.
Following them is row-upon-row of roaring, smoke belching war machines, some
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