Thursday, December 2, 2010

Did North Korea Really Provide Iran With Musudan Missiles?

Noting "that there is no indication that the Musudan, also known as the BM-25, is operational or that it has ever been tested" and that "Iran has never publicly displayed the missiles," John Pomfret and Walter Pincus argue that "the inference that Iran can strike Western Europe with a new missile is unjustified" — Experts question North Korea-Iran missile link from WikiLeaks document release.

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