By: Jeremy Page and Alastair Gale
How has Pyongyang advanced in weaponry despite international efforts to keep expertise out of its hands? The answer may lie in students it sends abroad
When North Korea tested what it said was a domestically produced hydrogen bomb on Sunday—a week after launching its 18th ballistic missile of the year—it was a reminder of a conundrum at the heart of the country’s nuclear program. How has it advanced so rapidly despite concerted international efforts to keep weapons-related technology out of its hands?
The answer may lie in expertise brought home by North Korean…
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