North Korea

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North Korea Announces Rocket Launch February 8-25

North Korea’s peaceful space launch activities do double duty for its military program.

Satellite imagery of the Sohae Satellite Launch Center, North Korea.

DPRK Prepares for New Rocket Test

Recent activity at the Sohae Satellite Launch Center indicates North Korea may be preparing for a rocket test.

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Video Analysis of North Korean Missile Test

The media show interest as CNS experts analysis of North Korea’s missile test video was found to be manipulated and the test itself a failure.

The Future Impact of North Korea’s Emerging Nuclear Deterrent

The Future Impact of North Korea’s Emerging Nuclear Deterrent

The ripple effects of North Korea crossing the nuclear threshold may be more limited than they first appear.

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New High Resolution B-Roll of North Korea Sites & Missiles

High resolution B-roll footage of North Korean nuclear sites and missiles is available for use by broadcast journalists, policy makers, and analysts.

Overview of the Pyongsan Uranium Mine and Uranium Concentration Plant.

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North Korea Increases Uranium Production

Closer scrutiny of North Korea’s uranium resources may help arrive at more accurate estimates of their nuclear weapon stockpile and capability.

North Korea Bioweapons Program

North Korea’s Bioweapons Program

Analysis of images of the Pyongyang Bio-technical Institute reveals North Korea can produce regular, military-sized batches of biological weapons, specifically anthrax.

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The Future of US-ROK Nuclear Cooperation

Critics of the new US-ROK nuclear cooperation agreement overlook the future of Korea’s nuclear program and energy security.

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New Short Course on Nuclear Arms Control to Take Place in Washington, DC

DEADLINE JUNE 20: US Government officials are invited to apply for the July 14-18, 2014, nuclear arms control course at the CNS Washington, DC office.

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CNS Releases Annual Nuclear Trafficking Report, 153 Incidents in 2013 Reported

CNS experts report the nature and scope of nuclear security risks prepared with support from the Nuclear Threat Initiative.