So does North Korea actually have nukes?
So does North Korea actually have nukes or are the developing them at all?
Just a question as everytime I see a news report on declared nukes in NK or something like that, it always has the information comming from an unnamed source in the State Dept/Pentagon/White House/ Senior Diplomats from various contries/etc. They never give a name. Maybe I just haven't read the correct news reports but I just don't know how much I can trust them after the Iraq thing.
Pretty much all the news I see is from the headlines at yahoo/msn. I have been clicking on the ones about NK and Nukes and skimming through them but the sources always seem anonymous.
I would imagine that as soon as North Korea has viable nuclear weapons it will make this very clear to the world. In a situation where it nearly has them, it is vulnerable to attack, but once it has them, it is pretty much safe from anything. This is the lesson taught by the invasion of Iraq: get nuclear weapons and get them quickly. This is likely why Iran, the other member of the "Axis of Evil", is pushing forward its development, while America is pinned down in Iraq. It's a mad dash to get them while it has a window of opportunity.