Calm Down: This North Korean Missile Isn’t as Tough as It Looks
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Mark Episkopos

Hwasong Missiles, Asia

North Korea unveiled its new “monster ICBM,” sometimes referred to as the Hwasong-16, at an October 2020 military parade commemorating the seventy-fifth anniversary of the North Korean Workers’ Party.

Here's What You Need to Remember: The new missile’s colossal size requires a similarly large TEL—it can’t travel very far and only has a small number of available travel paths, making its movements more predictable. By comparison, the Hwasong-15 is markedly...

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