Korea Times: N. Korea could have up to 100 deliverable nuclear weapons in four years
North Korea could have up to 100 nuclear weapons in as early as four years that can be delivered on long-range, road-mobile and submarine-launched ballistic missiles, a U.S. think tank has said.
The RAND Corp. made the estimate in a report released over the weekend on five major threats the United States is facing around the world, putting a nuclear North Korea ahead of the four other threats -- Russia, the Islamic State, China and cyber threats.
"The most recent open-source estimates suggest North Korea may already have enough fissile material to build between 13 and 21 nuclear weapons. By 2020, it could possess enough for 50 to 100," the think tank said.
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