Expert Commentary

How Reliable Are North Korea’s Nukes?

David Wright
Co-Director, Global Security Program, Union of Concerned Scientists

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The Author is David Wright

Dr. David Wright is the co-director of the Union of Concerned Scientist's Global Security Program.  He is a nationally known expert on the technical aspects of nuclear weapons policy, missile defense systems, missile proliferation, and space weapons. For the past 27 years, Wright has been a primary organizer of the International Summer Symposiums on Science and World Affairs, which fosters cooperation among scientists around the world working on arms control and security issues.

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