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PBS NEWSHOUR

Science and Politics of North Korea's Long-Range Missile

  • Aired: 12/12/2012
  • 06:37
  • Rating: E
Though Kim Jong-Il passed away in December 2011, his son Kim Jong Un continues his father's policies with the latest rocket launch. Margaret Warner talks to David Wright of Union of Concerned Scientists and Han Park of University of Georgia about the politics and consequences for the launch, including proliferation concerns.
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