Why is tracking North Korean aircraft so difficult?
Despite 21st century technology, tracking flights in and out of North Korea is no easy feat
Tracking flights in and out of North Korea has become increasingly important to those keen on halting Pyongyang’s export of sanctioned military equipment and their related technologies.
That’s because the sanctions that have made searches of North Korean boats more common have led to air cargo emerging as the transport system of choice for shipping valuable North Korean military equipment.
But despite technological developments that have made flight tracking possible even from a laptop computer, things are not quite what they seem.
“It is disturbingly easy to fly aircraft around without
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