North Korea And The Islamic Republic of Iran: Nuclear Proliferation Partners: World History (Books) (Paperback)
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Iran and North Korea are the most destabilizing players in their respective territories, and their governments are among the most authoritarian in the world. Iran and North Korea pose large and multifaceted threats to the United States and its allies. The threat posed by Iran and North Korea is exacerbated by their cooperation, particularly in the areas of nuclear and ballistic missile production.
This book reveals how North Korea has changed under Kim Jong-Un, who has conducted more missile tests than both his father and grandfather combined in just 5 years in power, and the world's thunderous guffaws are slowly fading. This book also exposes the efforts of western nations and especially the U.S. The US must monitor Iranian efforts to outsource elements of its illicit nuclear program to North Korea and seek to prevent a North Korean pathway to an Iranian nuclear bomb--or an Iranian pathway to a ballistic missile delivery mechanism for a North Korean bomb.