North Korean retaliation to a U.S. preemptive strike would likely include chemical weapons

Much of North Korea’s military is outdated and obsolete, but that doesn’t mean Pyongyang lacks destructive power. In addition to the North’s nuclear and missile programs, the country also possesses a very large stockpile of chemical munitions, and they would very likely be utilized in any counter-strike following a U.S.-led preemptive attack. “Nuclear weapons are […]
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