North Korea's plutonium production will take years

04/4/2013 | Reuters · Reuters · Reuters

North Korea's nuclear reactor could be restarted within six months, but it will take years to produce bomb-grade plutonium, writes Louis Charbonneau. Meanwhile, the U.S. is sending missile defenses to Guam, and South Korean workers are remaining voluntarily in the factory zone located in the north.

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