Gee, ya think?
China’s top nuclear experts believe North Korea may be a much larger and immediate nuclear threat than previously believed.
According to the Wall Street Journal (paywall), Chinese uranium enrichment experts estimate Pyongyang has 20 nuclear warheads and enough weapons-grade uranium to double that arsenal within a year. The comments, made in a briefing with nuclear experts from the United States, are well above current US estimates of between 10 and 16 nuclear bombs.
Sanctions, international condemnation, and negotiations haven’t done much to dent the country’s nuclear ambitions. Pyongyang routinely threatens to nuke New York and turn Seoul into a lake of fire. Relations between North Korea and its longtime patrons in Beijing are also deteriorating.
North Korea watchers have increasingly argued that it may be too late to stop North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, which has also become a cautionary tale for critics of a proposed deal with Iran...
Hat tip: BadBlue News.
The Norks are just China's "plausible deniability" province, they have exactly as much nuclear capability as China wants them to have.
You don't think China just said, "So long and thanks for all the fish." and went home after sending a million troops in during the 50s?
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