Nuclear weapons technology is now 68 years old. The people of this planet are lucky indeed that since World War II no one has used “The Bomb” as it was once called. With states such as North Korea and Iran on the verge of having real nuclear weapons capability, however, it may be time to recognize that our luck may not last much longer.
Originally published at the Gatestone Institute, under the title “Iran to Buy North Korea’s Nuclear Plans on the Cheap?”
About the Author: Taylor Dinerman is an expert on the Military and National Security affairs.
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