North Korea may be "developing or improving their existing weapons" during the Olympics

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2018.02.15. 01:18
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Jung Pak, a senior fellow and SK-Korea Foundation Chair in Korea Studies at the Brookings Institution, says that "just because North Korea is not testing missiles or nukes" doesn't mean that the regime isn't "developing or improving their existing weapons" on "The Takeout" podcast with CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett.



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