North Korea Restarts Nuclear Production

North Korea Restarts Nuclear Production

On Thursday, as the Obama administration struggles to deal with breaking reports of another possible Syrian chemical attack in Damascus, The New York Times reports that satellite photos show steam coming from a newly retrofitted nuclear reactor in North Korea. That means that North Korea may be restarting nuclear production, six years after agreeing not to do so. The plutonium reactor would be used to produce even more weapons of mass destruction.

Even as the North Koreans restarted production, they pretended conciliation – they said they wanted to negotiate with the United States, China, Russia, South Korea, and Japan. 


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